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Students return wise as owls 

Eighth-graders at Palombl Middle School 

got a chance to do more than just hang out 

with their friends over the weekend. The Lake 

Villa school sent about 130 students to the 

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Seven things to do in and 
around Lake County: 



Haunted Harvest 

Saturday 

The 3rd annual Haunted 
Harvest of Lambs Farm will be 
at the rarm [n.Ubertyville. 
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Sounds of the season 

Saturday 

TheCivic Orchestra will . 
perform "Hallowed Haunts/' 
at the Symphony Center in; 
Chicago. Info: www.cso.org 



Stories of survival 
Saturday 

- 1 Michael and DeirJre Schwartz 
share stories of Hurricane' ; 
Katrina survivors* at Praffie : 
Croissant Cafe. 847-223-9800 



Being earnest 

This weekend 

Waukegan Players presents 
"The Importance of Being 
Earnest" at Shimer College.. 
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Staying sane 

Saturday 
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<;. Child is Driyjng Me Crazy/'- 

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. Mastering music 

Sunday 

Midwest Young Artists will 
■ perform "The American 
Dream" concert at Harris 
Theater; Info: 847-926-9898 



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Saturday, 

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•Halloween at the Jelly Belljf .•' 
Center in Pleasant Prairie, 
Wis; Info: 866:868-7522 




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Robert and Laura Horton, of Antioch, help their, grandson Jeflery,J,^at-W.C.-Petty Elementary in 
Antioch: during $i£^ 

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important Persoh Day^allqwed grandparents to corne to ^ the classrooms and share stories and ; 
answer questions with the students. Some of the topics discussed Included classroom srze5,^ 
what school was like irvtrieir day, and more. See story on PAGE 3A. 



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State board 
defers Vista 
hospital plan 

December session might end 
competition for med center 
in Lindenhurst, Round Lake 

By HELEN MANSFIELD 
hmansficld@nwnewsgroup.com 

CHICAGO - Vista Health Systems and Advocate 
Health Care, have been in a virtual race since the 
beginning of the calendar year - each with its own 
plan for a hospital in northwest Lake County. 
, After several delays, Waukegan-based Vista Health 
Systems-submitted its plan to the Illinois Health 
Facilities Planning Board, which put it on the 
October agenda. 

i$§i^: Competing plans 

ellyri, .; manager of 

communications for 

Advocate ■•.Health 

Care, said the health 

planning . : board 

deferred Vista's plan 

to the December 

meeting. 

After the deci- 
'sion, Vista Health 

System President 

and/CEO Barbara J. 

MartlnV:;'. issued, a 

statement. ' 
' -"Vista .Health Sys- 

temj.yiews^this defer- 

ral^k'wery positive 

'outcome : . from 
;' today's meeting," the 

statement;. reao^.^In 
.light; r 6f vjtii^neftr 

rules, .we are delight- . 
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Vistadefer our application to the next meeting; 

:": -T eagerly await the opportunity to speak before 

ithe planning board again in December." . V 
M^eweUyn- said the,: health planning board cited 
,pendihg;rule,changes as its reason to defer its rull 

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•Vista's plan calls Tor a . 
215,000-square-foot, 140-bed 
medical center with 21 emer- 
gency room beds, five operating 
rooms, a catheterization lab, 
and full radiology services. The 
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"We wish we could take atl of them." 

—Julie Pozezlnski, social worker at PalombI Middle School, on getting eighth- 
grade students to attend the O.VV.LS. retreat about student leadership, (see 
story on 4A) 



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This week's top local stories: 

• Grandparents Invade the halls at W.C. Petty Elementary School. 3A; 

• Antloch takes the steps needed to ban phosphorous. 4A 

• Lake Villa woman shows how to teach a dog new tricks. 4A 



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ing local events, people, and stories 
that readers would like to see in ' 
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These queries come in the form 
of press releases, photo requests, . 
letters to the editor, or sometimes 
just notes from local residents who 
want to offer thoughts on the paper. 

All of the above are integral to 
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The driving force behind the 
Lake County Journals is local news, 
local photographs, local coverage of 
sports, and local people being pro- 
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interest that you can look forward 
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ern Lake County are being consid- 
ered by the Illinois Health Facilities 
Planning Board,. 

The process continues to move at 
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why in Helen Mansfield's front-page 
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read Yadlra Sanchez Olson's article 
about a storytelling festival in 
Waukegan that will honor, Lake 



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Three-year-old Jaden Padilla, of Lake Villa, accepts a balloon laser gun from Magic Dave during Antioch's 
Halloween Howl. Antioch hosted its annual Halloween Howl event Oct. 19 and 20, in the downtown area. 



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Lindenhurst 

Lindenhurst Village Administ- 
rator Jim Stevens said resi- 
dents are allowed to have fire 
pits or campfires in a designat- 
ed ring, but they can't burn 
yard or construction waste, 

He said the village contracts 
Jensen Disposal Service for 
trash pick-up, and it offers yard 
waste pick-up. 

For more information, con- 
tact Jensen Disposal Service at 
847-566-0189, or Lindenhurst 
Village Hall at 847-356-8252. 

Lake Villa 

Lake Villa Village Clerk Alyce 
Brownlee said public works 
crews will vacuum leaves 
around town, free of charge, 



on Mondays and Tuesdays, 
until the first snow falls. She 
said said crews also will send 
out a chipper truck for branch- 
es, which will be outfitted for 
snow removal in winter. 
For more information, call 
Lake Villa Village Hall at 847- 
356-6100. 

Antioch 

Antioch Village Clerk Candj 
Rowe said the village's trash 
service, Waste Management, 
provides leaf pick-up. She said 
Antioch's Public Works 
Department offers chipping. 

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tact Waste Management at 
800-796-9696, or Antioch 
Village Hall at 847-395-1000. 



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» Antioch 



Becky Lass 
of Aiitioch 

I grew up in; 

Antioch 

My family: 

My dad, Jim: my mom, Angle; and my 
two sisters Elizabeth and Meianie Lass 

My pets: 

Two dogs, Hunter and BJ. 

Occupation: 

. Administrative assistant at Antioch 
Parks and Recreation Department 

I graduated from: 

Antioch Community High School in 
2005 

Hobbies: 

Hove to ride horses and play volleyball 
any chance I have. 

The last movie I saw was: 
"Catch and Release" 

My favorite band or music is: 

/ really don't have a favorite. I like ail 
types of mush 

The last book I read was: 

"The Notebook" 

My favorite restaurant is:, 

Olive Garden 

Favorite meal: 

Baked mostaccioli 

If I could have one super power, It 
would be: 

To read minds 
. 
Rent a movie at home or go to the 

theater? 
Go to the theater 

My dream job would be: 

To someday be a pediatric 
, occupational therapist i 

My dream car is a: 

• Nissan Maxima 

My pet peeve Is: 

When the air conditioning Is on and 

people leave the door open and let alt 

the hot air in. 



• If you have a "Neighbor" whom we 

should profile in this column, call the 

Lake County Journals at 847-223-8161, 

or e-mailantioch@weeklyioumats.com 

or iakevilla@weeklyjoumals.com. 



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Grandparents and students fill the halls at W.C. Petty Elementary in Antioch during Grandparents Day. 

Gqqd turn out numbers accompany Grandparents Day 



By HELEN MANSFIELD 

_ hmansneid@nwncwsgroup.com 

ANTIOCH - Elementary school 
consists of alot of waiting In line. 
Lining up to'go to recess. Lining up to 
go to lunch. Lining up to go to the rest- 
room. 

Students in every grade and of 
every age do it, but last week at W.C. 
Petty Elementary School in Antioch, 
there was ah odd line of people wait- 
ing around. ' 

Despite the rainy and cold day, W.C. 
Petty had. a good turn out Oct. 19 for 
Grandparents Day, also known as 
Very Important Person Day 

Students in each class could invite 
his or Her grandparents, to an elabo- 
rate sort of "show and tell." 

Those students who didn't have 
grandparents of their own on hand 
were able to share with students who 



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did. They got to ask the grandparents 
some really personal questions, like 
when they were born. 

Other questions were about memo- 
ries of school, what he or she did in 
their working life, and what was their 
favorite food. " , 

Ted Martinek, a fourth-grader in 
teacher Emily Walker's room, read 
from a questionnaire that his grand- 
mother, Pauline Martinek, filled out. ; 

"She was' born in 1937 in 
Minnesota ... " Ted told his class- 
mates. 

Pauline told the students that she 
went to school in what would be con- 
sidered a "one-room schoolhouse," 
where eight different grades were 
taught in the same class. 

Another pair of grandparents 
talked about "corporal punishment.": 
In their day, children who misbehaved 
were often cracked across the knuck- 



les with a ruler. 

"And we just use rulers for measur- 
ing," Walker said with a laugh. 

Paige Gruber, 9, of Antioch, said 
she enjoyed having her grandparents 
in class. 

"It was cool seeing all of my 
friends' grandparents," Paige Gruber 
said. "I liked asking ail the questions." 

Cheryl and George Rigert, of 
Antioch, came out to their grand- 
daughter Melissa Stoat's fourth-grade 
class. 

"It was great; we got two big hugs." 
Cheryl Rigert said. 

"Of course the kids thought we 
were ancient," she added with a 
laugh. 

After the event was complete, the 
grandparents lined up, filed out, and 
enjoyed some cookies and coffee 
before leaving the students to the rest 
of their day. 



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Helen 
Mansfield 



Don't forget 
Wads worth! 

I think wc accidentally left 
Wadsworth off the community trick* 
or-treat list that ran in the paper the 
past couple of weeks. 

The village of Wadsworth will 
have trick or treat from 1 to 5 p.m. on 
Sunday, Oct. 20. I'm sorry we over- 
looked the Wadsworth ians. 

The Lions Club of Waukcgan will 
host will host a fundraiser breakfast 
from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Nov. 11 at 
Madison Avenue, 3<1 N. Sheridan 
Road. 

Cost is $8, which includes steak, 
eges, toast, potatoes, and beverage. 
Tickets are available now at Madison 
Avenue, or at the door. All proceeds 
go to support charitable causes for 
the blind and hearing impaired. The 
hearing screening bus will be there 
from 10 a.m to noon. 

Sii ; Homer, and her 1 icensed staff 
from Sindy's Signature Hair Salon, 
will donate their time and talents for 
a good cause. 

The ladies will be cutting hair as 
part of a "Locks of Love Community 
Event" from 1 to 5 p.m. on Sunday, 
Nov. 4. 

The event will lake place at 
Lindenhurst Park District Community 
Room, 2200 East Grass Lake Road. 

The event is open to anyone and 
everyone who has 10 incites or more 
of unprocessed hair who would like 
to donate. 

Hair that is donated is made into 
wigs for children who have under- 
gone complete hair loss. 

To schedule a time, please call 847- 
265-0981 and mention "Locks of 
Love." 



'If you have interesting information or 
anecdotes to submit for "Our Town," e-mail 
reporter Helen Mansfield at 
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Kids give a 
about leaders 





Middle-schoolers embark in problem-solving retreat 



By HELEN MANSFIELD 

hmansficld@nwnewsgroup.com 

LAKE VILLA - If John 
Hughes' 1985 film "The 
Breakfast Club" has taught us 
anything as a society, it's that 
under the right circum- 
stances, different people can 
come together and, the experi- 
ence can change a person's 
life. 

Nearly 130 eighth-graders 
from Palombi Middle School 
had one of these life-changing 
opportunities recently. 

Julie Pozezinski, middle 
school social worker, said 
three groups of Palombi stu- 
dents participated in the 
Outdoor Wisconsin 

Leadership Synergies 

(OWLS), ' 

Pozezinski said the 
overnight retreat provides 
eighth-graders team building, 
problem solving, and leader- 
ship training in the great out- 
doors. 

"Kids find themselves," 
Pozezinski said. "The pro- 
gram forces them to interact 
with other people they don't 
usually." 

OWLS is an overnight pro- 
gram where the students trav- 
el to Lake Geneva, Wis., and 
get to stay on the campus of 
Aurora' University. For' some 
students, this is the first time 
they are away from their par- 
ents. 

Several staff members go 
along to serve as chaperones, 
and Pozezinski said it's good 
for the students to see their 
teachers in a different envi- 
ronment, and vice versa.. 

In OWLS, students partici- 
pate Jn ropes courses, tower 
climbing, along with other sit- 
uations that will challenged 
them physically and emotion- 
ally. Pozezinski said /students 
are not allowed to!use phrases 
like "I cant" \ 
1 They are encouraged to set 
goals, push themselves hard- 
er, and find the strength to say 
"lean." 

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Palombi Middle School eighth-grader Steven Fletcher (right), pets his 
dog Zoie along with classmates Allie Woodward and Zack Styx. The 
students recently returned from a student leadership retreat. 

a shy young lady on a climb- they are tired and cranky, but 
ing wall. Pozezinski said the 
girl was so shy, she was sur- 
prised that she came along. 

"She froze on the wall," 
Pozezinski recalls. "She 
couldn't move, so I couldn't 
move." 

After gentle and consistent 
encouragement, the young 
lady worked her way to the 
top of, the wall, and cried with 
joy once she made it. 
Pozezinski teared up recall- 
ing the .incident. -., 

"After that, a whole new 
personality emerged," she 
said/- 1 - 1 :""" 1 ■-'■'«-•" 

In the past, Pozezinski 
said, she's had the occasional 
student she has had reserva- 
tions about before going. 

"But I've never regretted 
taking them," she said. 

Once the kids are back; 
many parents remark that 



enthusiastic about what they 
have endured; 

"They are so much more 
accepting or their peers, and 
relaxed. They can handle 
things better," Pozezinski 
said. 

She said most Palombi stu- 
dents know another student 
who has gone before, so OWLS 
usually isn't a tough sell. This 
year's group is the largest of 
those that have gone in the 
last 15 years., 

The program is open to 
every eighth-grade student, 
but Pozezinski said the $175 
cost is prohibitive for some 
families. In some instances, 
there are scholarships avail- 
able. She said one anonymous 
parent donated the full tuition 
for a student to attend. 

"We wisli we could take all 
of them," Pozezinski said. 



By HELEN MANSFIELD 

hm3nstield@nwnewsgr0up.com 

ANTIOCH - In recent 
months, members of the 
Antioch Village Board might 
have gotten the reputation of 
being a board that doesn't 
often find common ground. At 
its most recent regular meet- 
ing, however, the board acted 
as one, with the passage of an 
ordinance that will ban the 
use of lawn 1 fertilizers that 
contain phosphorus. 

Jim Keiln, director of phys- 
ical services for the village of 
Antioch, said the village, had 
been approached over the 
summer by the Illinois 
Chapter of the Sierra Club on 
the issue of banning fertiliz- 
ers that contain phosphorus. 

, "And the village thought it 
was a good idea," Keim said. 

According to a press 
release from the Illinois 
Chapter of the Sierra Club, 
the organization thinks 
Antioch is the first communi- 
ty in Illinois to have banned 
phosphorus fertilizer. 

"The village is very proud 
to be at the forefront of this 
environmental issue," Keim 
said. 

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to be at the forefront .of 
this environmental issue. 

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such as the Sierra Club con- 
cede phosphorus is good for 
plant growth, but bad for lakes 
and rivers. After fertilizers 
containing phosphorus are 
applied to the ground, rainwa- 
ter can wash the chemical into 
water sources. 

"Phosphorus fuels the 
growth of algae, often to the 
point where the algae suck 
oxygen out of the water need- 
ed by fish and other aquatic 
life," said ' Dr. Cynthia 
Skrukrud, Clean Water 
Advocate for the Sierra Club, 
Illinois Chapter. "Unnatural 
'blooms' of algae and other 
plant life can also cause odor 
problems and obstructions for 
boaters," 

Keim said current research 



indicates that the communi- 
ty's soil already contains a lot 
of naturally-occurring phos- 
phorus. 

Skrukrud said both Lake 
Marie and the Chain O'Lakes 
are exhibiting signs of what 
she describes as "phosphorus 
overload," 

Many area retailers 
already offer a variety of fer- 
tilizers that don't contain 
phosphorus, so Keim thinks 
that they are "on board" with 
the ban. 

"Our residents will get 
behind it," he adds. "We don't 
feel they'll notice a difference 
[in fertilizer]." 

Tim Pasternak, secretary 
of the Lakes Management 
Commission of Round Lake, 
said he and. other members of 
the commission "applaud ... 
the landmark decision." 

The Lakes Management 
Commission represents the 
three villages that surround 
Round Lake, including the vil- 
lage of Round Lake, Round 
Lake Beach, and Round' Lake 
Park. 

"It paves a way for others," 
Pasternak said. "It's some- 
thing we're considering. If it 
makes sense, it's something 
we'd bring forward." 



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He said he did not know the specifics of the 
expected changes but believed it would center 
on population projections and migration fac- 
tors. 

As for Advocate's plan, which also is expect- 
ed to appear on the board's December agenda, 
Llewellyn said he does not anticipate adminis- 
trators making any changes. 

"We feel we have a very strong proposal to 
meet the needs in Lake County, and we ldbk for-: 
ward, to.'.presentlnguunder ' the . new context^ 
Llewellyn said. 

Advocate had expected to be on this month's 
agenda, but Llewellyn said administrators 
revised the plan, which included a change in 
the construction cost per square foot. 

"We didn't know if the change would hold 
us up," Llewellyn said. . 

Once the planning board's agenda was post- 
ed on its Web site last week, Advocate found it 
had been left off the agenda. 

Advocate's plan is for a hospital with 144 
single hospital rooms, a Level II trauma center. 
The hospital would be built on 57 acres at 
Route- 120 and Wilson Road, in Round take, 
with a overall cost estimated of' $239 million.! 

Llewellyn said both plans are expected to 
end up on .the agenda for the IHFPB meeting, 
scheduled for Dec. 4 and 5 at the Hilton Garden 
Inn in Chicago. { 



Lindenhurst Village Board President Susan 
Lahr said she found news of the deferral "a lit- 
tle disappointing," but hopes that the planning 
board still finds Vista's plan for Lindenhurst 
important, and gets the information they 
require to make a decision. 
v Jackie Bailis, former director of communi- 
cations for Advocate Health Care, had said pre- 
viously that it is not uncommon for the health 
facilities planning board to defer plans. , 
. "They [IHFPB] can also defer it, because 
they need more information. ;TJieji; c$n,defej it 
'with .the intent to approve IVoT'tJie'lment. to 
deny itl" Bailis said/' 1 ffi l "" ,£i " ■«? i ?«-™ 
"" ■; , Bailis v sd'fd eaciV §» ^Wa^asfa- 
tors will have a turn at a table in front of the 
planning board to make a last pitch during 
their presentations, 

"There are usually four people on the hospi- 
tal panel," she said. "One is usually the CEO, 
and the person in charge of planning." 
. The other two members are generally wild 
card spots. 

1 Bailis said the hospital administrators also 
can defer their answers to two others not on 
the panel. The administrators give their open- 
ing remarks, make their case, and. answer 
^questions from planning board members, i 
,<r~TOie boErh^r\m}oWits detflsijOnVatfthe 
\encfpf the;quiestion>anfl&nswer sess#n.!If pips- 
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GURNEE - hi some circles, 
Robin Bengtson is quite, a 
celebrity But she's not as much 
of a celebrity as her canine 
companions Starlight and 
Slater. "" : 

Bengtson is the owner and 
operator of Robin's Dog Stars 
in Lake Villa. She has trained 
her own dogs to do tricks and 
makes a business training oth- 
ers. She also works -with own- 
ers to correct dog behavior 
issues. 

Starlight is a 7-year-old gold- 
en retriever, and Slater a 5-year- 
old labrador retriever. The pair 



had their First performance 
Oct. 20 at Warren Newport 
Public Library^ before a crowd 
of m6re J than'60 people. 

Patty Sawin, with children's 
and programing department at 
Warren Newport Public 
Library, said the group was 
quite a hit, and she will try and 
get them back. ' 

"We had 65 people," Sawin 
said. "It was wonderful." 

The program title was "How 
Dogs Help People," and 
Bengtson had • Starlight and 
Slater, perform duties similar 
to the ones companion dogs 
would do on a daily basis. 

"Dogs can open the fridge 
door [and] make beds," 



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• For more information on Save- 
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740-7788 or go to www.save-a- 
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• For more about Robin's Dog 
Stars, call 847-265-4597 or go to 
www.robinsdogstars.com, ' 

Bengtson said. 

Most people know of dogs 
that work with police. officers, 
searching for missing people or 
drugs. Bengtson said dogs work. 



with custom officials at air-' 
ports, making sure that foreign 
produce doesn't enter the coun- 
try. Those fruits and vegetables 
can carry insects that could 
harm native-grown produce. 

Sawin said Warren Newport 
Public Library will collect 
donations for Save-A-Pet , 
Adoption Center in Grayslake. 
The no-kill shelter has a num- 
ber of "wish list" items on its 
Web site, including dog and cat 
food, along with office and first- 
aid supplies. 

Warren Newport Public 
Library has a table set up near 
the circulation desk and will 
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• Alcoholic's Anonymous 
meetings. Several meetings 
throughout Lake County on a dally 
basis. Call 847-362-1811 or visit 
www.dlstrlctlOnia.org for meeting 
Information. 

• Domestic Violence Victim 
support groups. Several held 
throughout Lake County. Call A Safe 
Place at 847-249-4450; TTY at 847- 
249-6557; or visit www.asafeplace- 
forhelp.org. 

ANTIOCH 

• Grafters wanted for Antioch 
AARP Craft Sale. 9 a.m.-3 p.m., 
Saturday, Dec. 1. Antioch Senior 
Center, 817 Holbek Dr. Reserve a 
space for $25 by Nov. 16, or $30 by 

. Nov. 28. Call 847-838-0549 or 847- 
395-5068 to reserve spaces. 

• Antioch Public Library 
District Board meeting. 7 p.m., 
last Tuesdays. 757 N. Main St. Call 
847- 395-0874 to confirm. 

• Bingo. 12:45 p.m., Mondays.- 
•The Senior Center. Call 847-395- 

0139 for details. 

• Bingo. 6:45 p.m., Tuesdays. 
Antioch VFW. Doors open at 4:30 

' p.m. Call 847-395-5393 for more 
information. 

• Pinochle. 12:30 p.m., 
Thursdays and Fridays. The Senior 
Center. Call 847-395-0139 for 

, details. 

• Take Off Pounds Sensibly 
meeting. 6 p.m., Wednesdays, 
weigh-in, 7 p.m. meeting. The 
Senior Center, 817 Holbek Dr, Call 
Dorothy at 847-395-7407 or Betty at 
847-838-3907 for more information, 

• AFFTER (Advocates for 
Fibromyalgia Funding, 
Treatment Education and 
Research) support group meet- 
ing. 10 a.m.-noon, first Saturdays. 

1 Antioch's Community Building, 884 
Main St. Call 847-362-7807 or go to 
www.AFFTER.org for more informa- 
tion. 

• Kiwanis Club of Antioch 
meeting. Noon, Tuesdays. 
Petrucci's Italian Market & Cafe, 311 
Depot St. The public is welcome to 
join and share experience, knowl- 
edge and service project ideas. 
Contact Melissa at 847-489-8044, 
e-mail at mjrigoni@hotmail.com, or 
Larry Mondie at 847-650-9530, e- 
mail at brscoops@aol.com for more 
information. 

• Antioch Jaycees meeting. 
7:30. p.m., last Mondays. Regency 
Inn. For more information, call 847- 
395-8035. 

'. • The Meeting House 
Museum. Ua.m.-3 p.m., first h . ..._ , 
Saturdays. See.origirial photos of u ,.' ( 
Antioch and a veterans' exhibit of 
photos and memorabilia from the 
Civil War through the Gulf War.' 

• lakes Area Community Band 
rehearsal. 7-9 p.m., Mondays. 
Antioch Community High School 
band room. Area musicians high 
school age and older are welcome 
to join. No auditions. Call Debbie 
Davis at 847-395-0272 to learn 



more. 

• Open gym. 7-9 p.m., Sundays. 
Antioch Community High School. 
$2, Adults only. 

CRYSTAL LAKE 

• Crystal Lake Toastniasters 
Club meeting. 8-10 a.m., first and 
third Saturdays at Amcore Bank 
Building, Route 14 and Pingree Road 
Develop your presentation and 
leadership skills. For information, 
call Steve at 847-526-1525 or visit 
http://user.mc.net/-toastl. 

FOX LAKE 

• Fox Lake Economic 
Development Commission 
meeting. 8-9 p.m., first Thursdays. 
Fox Lake Village Hall, 66 Thillen Dr. 

• Bingo. 6:45 p.mvThursdays. 
American Legion Auxiliary Post 703, 
703 N. Route 12. Call 847-587-2323 
for Information. 

• Bingo. 1 p.m., Sundays, 
American Legion Auxiliary Post 703, 
703 N. Route 12. Call 847-587-2323 
for information. 

• Bingo. 7 p.m., Saturdays. Fox 
Lake Volunteer Fire Department, 114 
Washington St. 

• Take Off Pounds Sensibly 
support group meeting. 6:15 
p.m,, Tuesdays. Fox Lake 
Community Center, South St. Call 
Jan at 847-587-2727 for informa- 
tion. 

GRAYSLAKE 

• Jazz Ensembles concert. 7:30 
p.m., Friday, Oct. 26. College of Lake 
County, Mainstage Theatre, James 
Lumber Center for the Performing 
Arts, 19351 W.Washington St. 
Tickets are $5 for the general public 
and $4 for CLC students, seniors 
and children. Tickets are available 
at the Box Office, by calling 847- 
543-2300, or online at www.ctcilli- 
nois.edu/tickets. 

• "That Child is Driving Me 
Crazy!" presentation. 9-11 a.m., 
Saturday, Oct. 27. St Gilbert School, 
Multipurpose Room, 251 E Belvidere 
Road Gail Reichlin's presentation 
based on her book. Sponsored by 
Parents Encouraging Parents. $10 
per person. For more information, 
call Liz Deck at 847-548-0209. 

• Fall Chorale concert. 4 p.m., 
Sunday, Oct. 28. College of Lake 
County, Mainstage Theatre, James 
Lumber Center for the Performing 
Arts, 19351 W.Washington St. 
Tickets are $5 for the general publtc 
and $4 for CLC students, seniors 
and children. Tickets are available , 

jM?B^btj|e; by calling 847- : 
f543-23p,0,,or online atwww.dcilli; • 
nois.edu/tickets. 

• 15th Annual Skip's 
Collectible and High 
Performance Car/Truck Parts 
Swap Meet and Car Sale. 8 a.m.- 
3 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 4. Lake County 
Fairgrounds, Routes 120 and 45. 
Admission is $7, children aged 6-11 
$2. For more information, call (630) 
876-1042 or visit skipsusa.com. , 



• Wind Ensemble concert. 4 

p.m., Sunday, Nov. 4. College of 
Lake County, Mainstage Theatre, 
James Lumber Center for the 
Performing Arts, 19351 W. 
Washington St. Tickets are $5 for 
the general public and $4 for CLC 
students, seniors and children. ' 
Tickets are available at the Box 
Office, by calling 847-543-2300, or 
online at www.clcillinois.edu/tick- 
ets. 

• Overeaters Anonymous 
meeting. 7:30 p.m., Tuesdays. St. 
Andrews Episcopal Church, 31 Park 
Ave. For information, call the hot- 
line at (708) 346-0000. 

• Lake County Council for 
Seniors meeting. 9:30-11:30 a.m., 
first Thursdays. Call 847-367-0087 
or 847-244-1720 for Information. 

• Grayslake Bicycle Club 
meeting. 7:30 a.m., Saturdays. 
Grayslake Central High School, 400 
N.Lake St. 

GURNEE 

• Indian Hill Coin Club Coin 
Show. 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m., Sunday, 
Oct. 28. American Legion Post 771, 
749 N, Milwaukee Ave. Dealers will 
be buying,- selling and trading U.S. 
and foreign coins, tokens, paper 
currency, sports cards and other 
collectibles. For more Information, 
call 847-872-2725. 

• Parenting for Drug 
Prevention. 7-8 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 
30. Warren Township Youth 
Services, 17801 W. Washington St. 
This free presentation is for parents 
who wish to learn about drug 
types, pressures, and reducing risk 
factors. To register, call 847-244- 
1101, ext. 401. 

• Network Lake County meet- 
ing. 8-9 a.m., Thursdays. A busi- 
ness networking group meeting in 
Gurnee. Call Boyce Buckner at 847- 
838-0058 to learn more. 

• Lake County Chamber of 
Commerce networkers group 
meeting. 7:30 a.m., first and third 
Fridays. In-Laws Restaurant, 720 N. 
Milwaukee Ave. Call 847-249-3800 
for information. 

• LeTip Networking Group 
meeting. 7:01-8:31 a.m., 
Wednesdays. In-Laws Restaurant, 
720 N. Milwaukee Ave. Local busi- 
ness owners promote their busi- 
nesses and exchange leads. 
Guests are free. For more infor- 
mation, call Dennis Dean at 847- 
231-3009. 

• Lake County Camera Club 
meeting. 6:30 p.m., peer-to-peer 
.discussion and socializing; 7-.30 .,>• 

•/p.m., meeting.ifirst Fridays. Warren 
Township Center, east crafts room, 
In park on southwest corner of 
Almond and Washington. All skill 
levels, digital and film, welcome. 
Call Mike Ament at 847-356-6937 
(noon-6 p.m.) to learn more. 

• Singles (ages 55*) Breakfast 
Group meeting. 8:30 a.m., 
Saturdays. In-Laws Restaurant, 720 
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• Annual Fall Graft Show. 7:30 
a,m.-2 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 4. St. 
James School, 140 North Ave, Bake 
sale, raffle, book fair and food con- 
cessions. Admission is $1, children 
12 and under free. For more Infor- 
mation, call Vicki Kucera at 847- 
433-9455. 

INGLESIDE 

• Crafters wanted for 3rd 

annual Holiday Craft Bazaar. 9 
am-4 p.m., Nov. 10. Gavin Central 
School, 36414 N. Ridge Ave. Cost Is 
$30 for 10 x 8 ft area. Deadline is 
Oct. 26 or while spaces last. For 
more information, call Nicole 
Hernden at 847-740-1266. 

• Grant Hall Museum. 1-4 p.m., 
Sundays. Fox Lake-Grant Township 
Area Historical Society, 411 
Washington St. Admission free, 
donations accepted. For informa- 
tion, call 847-587-0544 or mall P.O. 
Box 224, lngles!de,IL 60041. 

• C.O.O.L Food Pantry. 
Mondays, 1-5 p.m.; Wednesdays, 10 
a.m.-2 p.m.; 4th Saturdays, 11 a.nv 
1 p.m. Trinity Lutheran Church, 
25519 W. Route 134. Open to any 
Lake County resident with ID. For 
more information, call 847-270- 
0411 during pantry hours. 

LAKE VILLA 
•Weigh to Win meeting. 7-8 . 

p.m., Tuesdays. Calvary Christian 
Center, Monaville Road Call 847- 
356*6181 to learn more. 

•Lake Villa Township AARP 
Chapter 3978 board meeting. 
10:30 a.m., first Thursdays, 
Township Offices. 

• Lake Villa Take Off Pounds 
Sensibly meeting. 4:30 p.m., 
Wednesdays. Church of the Holy 
Family, 25291 W.Lehman. Call 
Cathy at 847-587-7710 or Debbie at 
847-687-5531 for details. 

LAKE ZURICH 

• Lake Zurich Take Off Pounds 
Sensibly meeting. 5 p.m., 
Wednesdays. St. Matthew Lutheran 
Church, 24500 N. Old McHenry . 
Road Lose weight with group sup- 
port. Call 847-550-6415 for details. 

• The Village Singers rehears- 
al. 7:30 p.m., Mondays. Good 
Shepherd Bible Church, 330 S. Old 
Rand Road The Village Singers of 
Lake Zurich are a non-audition, 
community, mixed choir. Call 
Jeannine Saltman at 847-726-2011 

, to learn more. .,.,,, 

LIBERTYVILLE 

• 8th Annual Gala Benefit, 
"An Evening in the Tropics." 

Friday, Oct. 26. Audubon Hall, 
Independence Grove Forest 
Preserve, Route .137. Fundraiser for 
Lake County Discovery Museum. ' 
For more information, call 847-968- 
3400. 

• "A Way Out" meeting. 7 
p.m., Fridays. St. Lawrence 
Episcopal Church, 125 W. Church 
St. An Alcoholics Anonymous 
group for gays, lesbians and 
straights. Call or e-mail Linda West 
at 847-735-1230 or 
Lcwestl@yahoo.com for details. 

• Widowed Outreach 
Network of Lake County meet- 
ing. 1:45-3:30 p.m., fourth 
Sundays. Condell's Allen 
Conference Center, 700 Garfield, 
For more information, call 847- 
990-5275 or 847-367-0087. 



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• Singles' Bike Ride. 9 a.m., 
fourth Saturdays, Old School Forest 
Preserve, St. Mary's Road, at the 
"Trails" parking lot. Lunch after at 
Mickey Finn's. Sponsored by the 
Bicycle Club of Lake County. For 
more information, e-mail Bob 
Shuppert at 

Singlesride@bikebclc.com or visit 
www.blkebclc.com. 

• Family Circle parent-child 
program. 9:30-11 a.m., Thursdays 
at First Presbyterian Church, 219 W. 
Maple. Parents welcome to get 
together and talk while children 
(newborns-4 yrs.) play, $5/famlly. 
Call Sarah at 847-367-5991 for 
information. 

• Lakes Area Artisans chapter 
of Stencil Artisans League 
meeting. 7 p.m., first Thursdays. 
Stenciling, faux finishing and deco- 
rative painting. No art experience 
required. Meetings focused around 
a learning project. Call Merilee 
Sawusch at 847-680-7166 to learn 
more, 

LINCOLNSHIRE 

• Lake-Cook Women In 
Management meeting. 7:30-9 
am, last Wednesdays, Call 847- 
855-4768 for more information. 

LINDENHURSp '" 
. • Undenhurst Sanitary 

District meeting. 7:30 p.m., first 
"Thursdays. Village Hall. Call 847- 

356-8252 to learn more. 

• Free blood pressure screen- 
ing. 8 a.m.-noon, Mondays. The 
Village at Victory Lakes Continuing 
Care Center. Call 847-356-5900 to 
learn more. 

• Undenhurst/Lakes Area 
Kiwanis Club meeting. 7:30-8:30 
a.m., first and third Thursdays. 
State Bank of the Lakes, 2031 E. 
Grand Ave, For more information, 
call 847-356-5700. 

• American Sewing Guild 
group, "Running in Stitches," 
meeting. 7 p.m., first Thursdays. 
State Bank of the Lakes, Grand Ave. 
Call Mary Petit at 847-356-9242 or 
Janet at 847-265-7932 for addition- 
al information. 

MCHENRY 

• Dance Workshops. 7-9 p.m., 
Saturday, Nov. 3. Duker School, 
3711 W. Kane Ave. Cost ls'$35/cou- 
ple for residents, $45/couple non- 
resident. For more information, call 
815-363-2166 f of'815-363-2160. , 

MUNDELEIN 

• Holiday Bazaar. Friday,, Nov. 2, 
3-6 p.m., and Saturday, Nov. 3, 10 
a.m.-3 p.m. Community Protestant 
Church, United Church of Christ, 
418 N. Prairie Ave. Barbeque dinner 
available. For more information, caff 
847-566-4000. 

• Dynamic Resources meet- 
ing. 7:30 a.m., Tuesdays. A profes- 
sional women's networking group 
meeting at Grandma V's Pancake 
House. Contacts are Deb Pauley at 
847-973-1369 and Linda Miller at 
847-606-2259. 

OLD MILL CREEK 

• Martin's General Store 
Museum. 12:30-4 p.m., Sundays. 
Route 45 and Grass Lake Road 
Operated by the Historic Millbum 
Community Association, Inc. For 
more information, call Jennifer 
Andrew at 847-845-8683. 

PARK CITY 

• Park City Council meeting. 7 

p.m., first and third Thursdays. 
Community Center. 

RiVERWOODS 

• Lakes Area Artisans chapter 

of the Stencil Artisans League 

meeting. 7 p.m., first Thursdays. 

Southern Lake County Call Merilee 

Sawusch at 847-680-7166 to learn 

more. 

ROUND LAKE 

• Round Lake Planning 
Commission/Zoning Board of 
Appeals meeting. Last Tuesdays. 
Village Hall, Council Chambers, 
second floor, 442 N. Cedar Lake 
Road For more Information, call 
847-546-5400. 

• District 116 Board of 
Education meeting. 7 p.m., first 
and third Thursdays. Round Lake 
High School Library Media Center, 
800 High School Dr. For more infor- 
mation, call 847- 270-9000. 

• Bingo. 6:30 p.m. Saturdays. St. 
Joseph's, Lincoln Ave. Doors open 
at 3:45 p.m. 

• Knights of Columbus Bingo. 
3 p.m., Sundays, St. Joseph's 
Church, 114 N. Lincoln St. 

• A Safe Place support group 
N meeting. Wednesdays. For women 

who are dealing with abuse in their 
homes. All are welcome. No fees. 
Call A Safe Place at 847-249-4450 . 



or 847-249-6557 (TTY) or go to 
asafeplaceforhelp.org for more 
information. 

• Big Brothers, Big Sisters 
meeting. 6:30-8 p.m., Mondays. 
Calvary Presbyterian Church, 510 
Cedar Lake Road Call 847-360-0770 
for information. 

• Round Lake Alano Club 
dances. Fridays. Call 847-223- 
9706 for location, 

ROUND LAKE BEACH 

• Lake County Genealogical 
Society 15th Annual Workshop, 
"Finding Traces, Here and 
Abroad." 8:30 a.m.-3 :30 p.m., 
Saturday, Nov. 3. Round Lake Beach 
Cultural and Civic Center, 2007 
Civic Center Way. For more infor- 
mation, call AnnEllen Barr at 847* 
913-1844 or visit 

www.rootsweb.comAillcgs/work* 
shops.htm 

• Take Off Pounds Sensibly 
892 meeting. 6 p.m., Thursdays. 
Condell Acute Care Center, 2 E. 
Rollins Road Call 847-587-8091 or 
847-587-7124 to learn more. 

ROUND LAKE HEIGHTS 

• Round Lake Area 
Community Band rehearsal. 7-9 

p.m., Tuesdays. Indian Hill School, 
1920 N. Lotus Dr. New musicians 
and all instruments are always wel- 
come. Call Christ! at 847-546-8558, 
ext. 422, to learn more. . ,,, 

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WAUCONDA 

• Wauconda/lsland Lake Food 
Pantry annual meeting. 8 a.m., 
Saturday, Nov, 3. 100 Main St. 
Everyone welcome to attend. For 
more information, call 847-526- 
0249. 

• Community Unit District 118 
Board of Education meeting. 7 
p.m., first and third Thursdays. 
Wauconda High School, 555 N. 
Main St. 

• Bingo. 7 p.m., Mondays. 
American Legion Post 911 Hall, 515 
S. Main St. 

• Parents Care and Share 
meeting. 10-11:30 a.m., Tuesdays. 
A free support group for parents. 
Call Adelia Munoz at 847-432-4981 
for information. 

WAUKEGAN 

• 2nd Annual Bradbury 
Storytelling Festival. Friday, Oct. 
26; 8 p.m., "Courting Darkness." 
Genesee Theatre, 221 N. Genesee 
St. Tickets are $17. Tickets available 
at the Genesee Box Office; i llffji to 
Ticketmaster outlets, by calling 
B47-559-1212 or online at ,. „ 
www.tlcketmaster.com. 

• Christian Singles meeting. 
Noon, Saturday, Oct. 27. Wesjey ' 
Cfiurcb, 3601 N. Lewis Ave. After, 
potluck meal, there will be a 
game of'take-away." Bring a 
wrapped "white elephant". gift for 
the game. For more information, 
call 847-244-1632 or 847-623- 
6647. 

• Lake County Board of 
Health meeting. 6 p.m., 
Wednesdays. Lake CountyHealth 
Department/ 

Community Health Center, 
Conference Room 112, 3010 Grand 
Ave. For more information, call , .; 
847-377-8000 or ; visit 
wWw.coJake.il.us/health/boh. 

• Lake County TB Board 
meeting. Wednesdays, immedi- 
ately following the Board of - 
Health meeting. Lake County ;| 

Health DepartmeWCommunjty? 
Health Center, Conference Room 
111, 3010 Grand Ave. For more 
information, call 847-377-8000 or 
visit 
www.co.lake.il.us/health/boh. 

• Waukegan Swedish Glee . 
Club rehearsal. 8 p.m., 
Wednesdays. New singers welcome 
to the male chorus. Call Fred 
Fortney at 847-244-7465 to learn. - 
more. 

• Waukegan BMX monthly 
meeting. 7 p.m., first Thursdays. 
Henry Pfau Callahan Park,'2785 >:i 
Yorkhouse Road For more informa 1 
tlon, call 847-363-5284 or visit ■ 
www.waukeganbmx.com. " • ' 

ZION 

• A Safe Place support group 

meeting. Mondays. For women' 
who are dealing with abuse in their 
homes. All are welcome. No fees. 
Call A Safe Place at 847-249-4450' 
or 847-249-6557 (TTY) or goto i; 
asafeplaceforhelp.org for more 
information. \ 

• Zion Park District Senior ' 
Citizens Club meeting. 10 am, j 
Wednesdays. Shitoh Center,' 2600 % 
EmmausAve. • . 



• To submit an Item, e-mail to 
wjcalendar@weeklyjoumals.com, 
phone 847-223-8161 
or fax 847-223-8810 at least 
14 days before trie event. 



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» LocalDeaths 



John A 'Jay' Domkowski, 76, Racine, Wis. 
Elizabeth Pizur, 78, Wauconda 
Elsie L Grygiel, 81, Lake Villa 



Lois Betty 'Polly' Chapman, 83, Bristol, Wis. 
Mildred F. Darida, 91, Grayslake 
Delmar I. Groves, 68, Antioch 



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William D. Kennelly, 82, Antioch 

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» InBrief 

CLC hosts gala for 
scholarships 

Each year, the College of Lake 
County Foundation awards about 
$500,000 in scholarships to stu- 
dents at the college. An important 
fundraiser to support this effort is 
the annual Scholarship Gala, which 
will be Saturday, Oct 27, at the 
Adler Planetarium in Chicago. 

Well-known community leaders 
Charles R. "Chuck" and Teresa Hall 
Bartels will be recognized at the 
gala as the event's honorary chairs. 

The Bartels have been active in 
fundraising and community service 
projects In Lake County for nearly 
30 years, according to a release. 
Playing off the gala's venue, the • 
theme is "Out of This World/' The 
evening will begin with a reception 
and silent auction at 6:30 p.m., 
after that will be a gourmet dinner 
featuring food from around the 
world. Other activities are a live 
auction and entertainment by The 
Orchestra 33. Raffle tickets are now 
on sale for $25 each or five for 
$100. The grand prize for the annual 
raffle is a 50/50 cash raffle, with 
only 1,000 tickets being sold. 

For many attendees, the annual 
fall gala is a source of unusual and 
intriguing holiday gift items. From 
get-away travel packages to luxury 
furs and jewelry, the evening will 
providelots of "out of this world" 
items. Expected to be particularly 
popular are the specialty gift bas- 
kets, donated by CLC employees, 
and the celebrity doodles from 
major figures like actors Anthony 
Hopkins, Dr. Phil and Kiefer 
Sutherland. 

■Local reports 

Autism therapeutic school 
coming to Waukegan 

State Sen. Terry Link, D-Waukegan, 
and Easter Seals Metropolitan 
Chicago (ESMC) are set to celebrate 
the opening of Easter Seals' new 
Autism Therapeutic School at the 
Ann M. Kiley Center in Waukegan on 
Monday, Oct. 29 

An open house will take place from 
10 a.m. until 2 p.m. with a ribbon 
cutting ceremony at 11 a.m. 

The new school is the first program 
in Lake County under the administra- 
tion of ESMC and will serve 60 new 
students ranging from ages 3 to 22 
with a primary diagnosis of autism, 
emotional behavior disorders and/or 
learning disabilities, according to a 
release form ESMC. 

"We're so excited to invite the 
community to see our new Autism 
Therapeutic School," Barbara 
Zawacki, chief operating officer of 
ESMC, said in a statement. "The new 
school will offer Lake County families 
a variety of specialized programs by 
extending the services they current- 
ly receive through Wauke'gan's public 
schools. Our ultimate goal is to tran- 
sition these children back into their 
communities and home schools and 
help them reach their full potential." 
• Local reports 



Chills, thrills lie ahead 

Library hosts second annual Ray Bradbury Storytelling Festival 



By YADIRA SANCHEZ OLSON 

ysnnchoz@nwnewsgroup.com 

WAUKEGAN -If things that lurk at night don't 
frighten you, and sounds that go bump in the dark 
don't make you shiver, then October is probably 
just another month. 

, But for those who like the chills and thrills that 
the Halloween month brings, Literary Monsters 
might be just the ticket. 

Literary Monsters is the second annual Ray 
Bradbury Storytelling Festival that will take place . 
Oct. 26 at Genesee Theatre in Waukegan. ' 

Three nationally known storytellers will bring 
to life the literary monsters of the past. 

Sponsoring the event in honor of Waukegan- 
born writer Ray Bradbury is the Waukegan Public 
Library. 

"Last year most of the stories were Ray 
Bradbury's stories," Elizabeth M. Stearns, the 
library's Assistant Director of Community 
Services said. "This year we chose stories from 
some of the writers that inspired him." 

Those stories include Mary Shelley's 
"Frankenstein," Bram Stoker's "Dracula," and 
Edgar Allen Foe's "Fall of the House of Usher." 

Two performances are scheduled for Oct. 26. 
The first show at 10 a.m. is exclusive to school field 
trips. 

The late show, "Courting with Darkness," 
begins at 8 p.m. and is aimed at a more mature 
audience. This performance includes video clips 
of an interview with the man himself, Ray 
Bradbury, in which he speaks about the influences 
in his' writing. 

"There will be un-fortune tellers, gypsies, and 
caricatures [drawn] by me," said Richard Lee, 
executive director of the Waukegan Public 
Library. "What we .want to do is create a Halloween 
event that is part of the community." 

The library board hopes that this is an event 
that becomes part of Waukegan's yearly events, 
Lee said. 
V? The trio of. storytellers,- Megan Wells, Jim May, 




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Storyteller Jim May uses his many facial expressions to tell a story to children during the 2006 matinee session 
of The Ray Bradbury Storytelling Festival at Genesee Theatre in Waukegan. This year's festival is Oct. 26. 



and Jon Spellman -are all award winners and 
travel the U.S. sharing the ancient art form of sto- 
rytelling. 

Born in Lindenhurst, Megan Wells, who also is 
the show's artistic director, said that storytelling 
is "like you're watching a movie in your head, like 
mind cinema; the audience is imagining what I'm"' 
describing." 

So if you're in need of a good scare, you 'can get 
your tickets for Ray Bradbury's Second Annual 
Festival: Literary Monsters, which are available at 
The Genesee Theatre's Box Office and all 
Ticketmaster outlets. < 



Don't miss the fun 



Second Annual Ray Bradbury Festival: Literary 
Monsters 

' Obt. 26 at the Genesee Theatre in Waukegan 

• 10 a.m. Performance for school children, $5 a 
student 

• 8 p.m. "Courting with Darkness." This performance 
is not advised for children younger than 13. Tickets are 
$17. Doors open at 7 p.m., and all can wear a 
costume. 



Bradbury cites Waukegan as inspiration 



; By YADIRA SANCHEZ OLSON 

ysafichez@nwnewsgroup.com 

The Lake County Journals had 
an opportunity to talk, with the leg- 
end, Ray Bradbury, via phone and 
ask him some questions about his 
career. 

In what ways has your hometown 
[Waukegan] inspired you? 

Well I grew up in Waukegan 
until I was 13 and I lived at St. 
James street. And everyday I went 
•'to 'school walking across the ravine; 
so the ravine became part of my 
life. And i went to ■Central School 
and then came back through the 
ravine, so, the ravine played a cen- 
tral place, in my life, and that's what 
happened to me and I put it in all 
my books/ 

: What aspect of your career have 
you enjoyed the most over the years? 

All of it, because I've loved so 
many things and by being in love 
with a variety of things, they've all 
' come to pass; So every aspect of my : 
career has been perfect, because 
I've wanted to be a novelist, a short' 
story writer, a poet and a play- 



Read more 



To read more questions and answers 
with Ray Bradbury, visit 
LakeCountyJoumals.com. 

wright. So you can't beat that can 
you? 

What was your childhood like? 

It was fantastic, because I played 
in the ravine and I became Tarzan. I 
played in the ravine and I became 
King Kong. I played in the ravine 
and I became Lon Chaney in the 
Phantom of the Opera. So the 
ravine, you see, was the center of 
my life. 

. What do you hope readers gain 
from your body of work? 

I hope they gain being in love 
with life, I discovered I was in love 
when I was 12 and everyday since I 
didn't regret that I was alive. I did- 
n't think I was going to live to be 87 
but,' by God, I made it and I look 
back and by being in love with life 
I've never had a day when I was 
depressed. No melancholy, no doubt- 
- nothing. The only sad days in my 



life have been those days when 
friends died; when my mother and 
father died and when my wife 
passed away. Those were sad days 
but the other days have all been . 
great because I loved what I was 
doing. That's the secret of living. 

What goes into 
your creative 
process when 
developing a new 
story idea? 

I do not develop 
ideas, I explode, so 
there's no creative 
process. It's an 
instant explosion; 
I get up in the 
morning ... and I 
jumped out of bed .-, ■;' 

and I go and write a story, but 
there's no process. I do not develop 
a story. It develops itself and is 
born in 10 seconds. It explodes and I 
put down the explosion. 

What advice do you have for 
today's aspiring writers? 

There's only one thing to do, love 
what you do and do what you love. 
Don't listen to anyone else. They 




Ray Bradbury 

American writer 



can't tell you what to write, they'll 
tell you wrong. So you follow your 
secret self.what you want is what 
counts, so don't listen to anyone 
else, they'll get in your way. And to 
hell with them, get them out of the 
way. So my advice is be in love with 
life, be in love with writing and love 
what you do. And that's the story of 
my whole life, everything I've done 
has been done out of love. That's 
the only advice I can give young 
writers, 

Looking back on your career, of 
what are you most proud of? 

I'm proud of the whole damn 
thing! I'm proud of my entire life. 
It's been great. Look where I am 
now, my God I can't believe it. So 
-I've written- 1,000 stories and pub- 
lished 500 hundred of them. I've 
published 500 poems, I never 
dreamt when I was in high school 
that I would ever write one poem 
worth writing. When I left high 
school, I couldn't write a short story 
and after a period of time I began 
to write short stories, so my career 
has been perfect. I've done what I 
want to do. I look back and it's won- 
derful. 





John S. 
Matijevich 



» SeeingltThrough 

Having another high-end, high-cost golf 
course in Lake County would be nice, but 
ls.it really necessary, columnist John T 
Matijevich writes. The restriction clause 
in the purchase of Fort Sheridan Golf 
Course has become more of a pain for 
th'ejLake County Forest Preserve than the 
lanl Is worth. Perhaps the district should 
aimfof a low-key course instead. 

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>:> Snapshot 

This week's question 

"What was your favorite Halloween 
costume as a kid?" 

■ 

ANSWERS ON PAGE 11A 



» PartyLines 

National recognition 

Lake County Board member David 
Stolrnan recently was appointed to the 
National Association of Counties' (NACo) 
Transportation Steering Committee by 
NACo President Eric C6jernan r :StolJTiaih > 
serves the Buffalo. Grove and Long Grove | 
areas. ,-.--. , 

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» OurView 

Shield laws necessary 

Journalism shield laws that protect 
confidential sources are needed. 

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Twenty-month-old Ben. Slight, of Llbertyville, eats some barbeque 
pork ribs during the Barn Burner Bar-B-Q competition at Lambs Farm 
in Llbertyville on Oct. 20. 










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JOHN A. 'JAY' 
DOMKOWSKI 

Bom; Jan. 9, 1931 
Died: Oct 15, 2007 

Owned and operated JADPRO Tool 
Manufacturing 

RACINE, WIS. -John A. "Jay" 
Oomkowski, age 76 of Racine, Wis., 
passed away Monday Oct. 15, 2007, at 
Frocdtcrt Memorial Lutheran Hospital, 
Wauwatosa, Wis. He was born In 
Oglcsby, the son of the late John A. 
and Antoinette 
Kiesnicki 
Oomkowski. Jny 
served In the U. 
S. Marine Corps 
during the 
Korean War and 
was a gunner's mate. 

On June 20, 1953, he married Elsie L. 
Kuhfuss In Chicago. He loved fishing 
and the outdoors and had a home In 
Minong, Wis., where he spent time for 
many wonderful years. 

Jay also loved to be a practical joker 
and loved polka music, word searches, 




building grandfather clocks and he 
could fix anything. 

He also had a special love for his 
family especially his grandchildren. 

Survivors Include his wife of 54 
years, Elsie; his children, John A. 
(Vicky) of Kenosha, Wis., James A. 
(Dltas) of Las Vegas, Nev., and Jacalyn 
(Richard) Williams of Racine, Wis.; his 
grandchildren; his great-grandson; and 
his sisters. 

In addition to his parents he was 
preceded In death by five brothers and 
two sisters. 

The funeral with Mass of Christian 
Burial was at 11 a.m., Oct. 22 at St. 
Mary Church, In Minong, Wis. 
Visitation began at 10 a.m. Interment 
followed In Greenwood Cemetery in 
Minong, Wis. 

A visitation was at the Strang 
Funeral Home of Antioch from 4 to 8 
p.m. on Oct. 18, with a prayer service 
at 7 p.m. 

Friends desiring may make dona- 
tions, in his memory, to the Antioch 
Fire Department or the Antioch 
Rescue Squad. 

Please sign our guest book at 
www.strangfh.com. Please also sign 



the Guest Book at 
www.LakeCountyJournals.com/oblts. . 

ELIZABETH PI ZUR 

Bom: Dec. 10, 1928 
Died: Oct. 13, 2007 
She was loved, treasured and will be 
missed by all 

WAUCONDA - Elizabeth Plzur, age 78 
of Wauconda, died Saturday Oct. 13, 
2007, at Good Shephard Hospital In 
Barrlngton. She was born Dec. 10, 
1928, In Ebensburg, Pa. to Charles and 
Amelia (Slrltlmatter) Hammond. She 
was a devoted parishioner of 
Transfiguration Catholic Church In 
Wauconda. She was loved, treasured 
and will be missed by all. 

She Is survived by her children, 
Andrew Plzur, Thomas Plzur, Patrick 
Plzur, Richard Pizur, Elizabeth Pizur, 
Mary Kurz, Theresa Quail; grandchil- 
dren, Jessica Rae, Dennis Michael, 
Kelsey Lee, Molly Courtney, Amanda 
Jane, Patricia Jane, Brittany Michelle, 
Danielle Nicole, Jacqueline Mlchele, 
Robert Andrew, Ryan Patrick, Jacob 
Thomas, Justin Andrew, and six great- 



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death by her parents, husband, 
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Donald, George, and Dennis 
Hammond, 

A Memorial Mass was on Tuesday, 
Oct. 16. Burial was In Wlndridge 
Memorial Park, In Cary. 

Memorials to Transfiguration 
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Wauconda, IL 60084, would be appre- 
ciated. Please sign the Guest Book at 
www.LakeCountyJournals.com/obits, 

ELSIE L GRYGIEL 

Bom: May 24, 1926 
Died: Oct. 17, 2007 
Loved ballroom dancing, crocheting 
and knitting 

LAKE VILLA - Elsie L. Gryglel, age 81 
of Lake Villa, passed away Wednesday, 
Oct. 17, 2007, at Victory Lakes 
Continuing Care Center In 
LIndenhurst. She was born May 24, 
1926, in Chicago and had lived in Elgin, 
before moving to Lake Villa In 1993. 
Elsie was a member of Prince of Peace 
Church In Lake Villa. 
She loved ballroom dancing, cro- 



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ment she worked as an assembler In 
. electronics manufacturing. 

Survivors are her sister, Helen 
Bogaerts of Antioch; her niece, 
Charleno of Antioch and her nephew 
Leo of Spooner, Wis. She was preced- 
ed In death by a brother, Frank and a 
sister, Mary. 

Funeral services were at 11 a.m., on 
Oct. 20, at the Strang Funeral Home of 
Antioch with visitation beginning at 10 
a.m. 

Interment was In Mt. Carmel 
Cemetery |n Antioch. Please sign our 
guest book for Elsie at 
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LOIS BETTY 'POLLY' 
CHAPMAN 

Bom: Jan. 30, 1924 
Died: Oct. 16, 2007 
Waited a lifetime for the Chicago 
Cubs to win the World Series 

BRISTOL, WIS. - Lois Betty "Polly" 
Chapman, age 83 of Bristol, Wis., 
passed away Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2007, 



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She was born In Winnipeg, Manitoba, 
Canada. After becoming a Registered 
Nurse, she married Dnrrell C. 
Chapman. Betty retired form the VA 
Medical Center in North Chicago. 

Survivors include her son, William 
(Linda) Chapman of Round Lake, and 
his daughter, Patricia (Steven) Vos of 
Ant|och; her grand children; great- 
grandchildren; her sister, and many 
nieces and nephews. 

The funeral was at 10 a.m., Oct. 22 
at the Strang Funeral Home of Antioch 
with Pastor Jed Watson of the Millburn 
Congregational Church, officiating. 
Interment followed at Millburn 
Cemetery, in Old Mill Creek. Visitation 
was from 2 to 5 p.m., with services by 
the Ladles of the Moose at 4 p.m. on 
Oct. 21. 

In lieu of flowers, those desiring may 
make contributions to the Millburn . 
Church In her memory. 

Please sign the guestbook at 
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MILDRED F. DARIDA 

Born: March 13, 1916 

Died: Oct. 16, 2007 

Was a Grayslake resident since 1979 

GRAYSLAKE - Mildred F. Darlda, age ' 
91 of Grayslake, died Tuesday, Oct. 16, 
2007, at Condell Medical Center In 
Llbertyvllle. She was born In New/ York, 
N.Y. on March 13, 1916, to the late 
Henry and Mary Flick, 

Survivors Include her sons Raymond 
Darlda and Denis (Sandra) Darida; her 
grandchildren; and her great-grandchil- 
dren. ■' • 

All services were private. Please sign 
the Guest Book at 
www.LakeCountyJournals.corn/obIts. 

DELMAR I. GROVES 

Bom: March 26, 1939 
Died: Oct. 19, 2007 ■ * 
Had a special interest In boating and 
motorcycling 

ANTlOCH - Delriiaf I. Groves, age 68 
of Antloch, passed away Friday, Oct. 
'. 19, 2007, at ills home surrounded by 
< his loving family. He was born March 
;| 25, 1939, in Jump River, Wis., the son 
J: of the |ate Irving and Lucille Smith 
; Groves. Del lived In Round Lake Park 
! before moving to Antioch over 19 
\ years ago. He was a former member of 
.. the United Methodist Church In 
■' Davenport, Fla. 

Before his retirement In 2004, he 
owned and operated/with his wife 
-;' Darlene, Suburban Gas Service in ' 
' Round Lake Park for over 30 years. : 
'■ Del's special interests Included boat- 
, ing, motorcycling and being with his 
I family. On July 4, 1975, he married 



b'a'rie'ne MarVcs'fn Wlufid'etelri.'' " ' " 

Survivors Include his wife of 32 
years; Darlene; his children, Dawn 
(Chip) Quane of Galva, Kan., Lisa 
Duguay of Mechanicsville, Va., Dian 
(Mickey) Betkowskl of Suffolk, Va., 
Laurie (Ed) Lamb of Lake Villa, and 
Stacy (Mark) Golz of Carpcntersvllle; 
his mother, Lucille Groves of St. 
Charles; one sister, Darlene (John) 
Harris of Geneva; 11 grandchildren, one 
great-grandson, many nieces, 
nephews, good friends and his dear 
dog "Freckles." 

In addition to his parents, he was - 
preceded In death by his father, Irving 
and his sister, Bernice. 

Funeral service was at 11 a.m., Oct. 
24, at the Strang Funeral Home of 
Antioch.' Burial followed In Avon Centre 
Cemetery, at Avon Township,. Visitation 
was from 2 to 9 p.m., Oct. 23. 

In lieu of flowers, those desiring, 
may make contributions to Condell 
Hospice or the American Cancer 
Society, in his memory. Please sign the 
guest book at www.strangfh.com, 
Please also sign the Guest Book at 
www.LakcCountyJournals.com/obits. 

HERBERT 'MIKE' DOYLE 

Bom: Aug. 20, 1939 
Died: Oct. 17, 2007 
Enjoyed golfing, fishing, storytelling, 
and radio controlled airplanes 

TREVOR, WIS. - Herbert "Mike" 
Doyle, age 68 of Trevor, Wis., formerly 
of Mundelein, passed away 
Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2007, at his home. 
He was born in Evanston, the son of 
the late Herbert and Marjorie (Seeley) 
Doyle. 

Me owned and operated Doyle 
Electric Co. in Mundelein, until his 
retirement in 1999. On Feb. 25, 1964, 



he married Pamela' Sundblad In 
Chicago. 

Survivors Include his wife of 43 
years, Pam; his children, Scott 
(Christine) of Mundelein, Katherlnc 
(Robert) Olson of Gurnee, Bridget 
Doyle of Trevor, Wis., April (Dean) 
Sherman of Phoenix, Ariz., and Kelly 
(John) Skoog of Glendale, Ariz.; his 
eight grandchildren; his two nieces, 
nephew and many friends. In addition 
to his parents, he was preceded in 
death by his daughter, Wendy Metcalf 
and his sister.. 

The funeral service was at 3 pm 
Oct. 20, at the Strang Funeral Home of 
Antioch. Visitation was from 1 to 5 
p.m. on Oct. 20. Please sign the guest 
book at www.strangfh.com Please 
also sign the Guest Book at 
www.LakeCountyJournals.com/oblts. 

WILLIAM D.KENNELLY 

Bom: Jan. 20, 1925 
Died: Oct. 21, 2007 
Served in the U,S. Army during WWII 

ANTIOCH - William D. Kennelly, age 
82 of Antioch, passed away Sunday, 
Oct. 21, 2007, at his home. He was 
born Jan. 20, 1925, fn Chicago, the son 
of the late 
James and 
Sarah (Dwan) 
Kennelly. He had 
lived In 

Burlington, Wis., 
and then back 
to Chicago before moving to Antioch 
.in 1985. Bill served in the U.S. Army ■ 
during WWII. He was a member of St.; 
Peter Church in Antioch and was a ; 
retired foreman for the Department of 
Sanitation for the city of Chicago. On j 
Sept. 25, 1948, he married Catherine L 
Hildebrand in Chicago. 




Survivors Include his wife of 59 
years, Catherine; his children; Kathleen 
(Ned) Martin, Pat (the late Jim) Bolln, 
Peggy (James) Rcih, Bill (Maureen) 
Kennelly, Maureen (Ted) Perez and 
Amy (Thomas) Stancy; 16 grandchil- 
dren and three great-grandchildren. 

Funeral services with Mass of 
Christian Burial will be at 11 a.m., 
Friday, Oct. 26, at St. Peter Church, 
557 Lake St, Antioch, Interment will 
follow in Hillside Cemetery, Antioch, 
Visitation was from 4 to 8 p.m., 
Thursday, Oct. 25, at the Strang 
Funeral Home of Antioch, 1055 Main 
St, (Route 83). His favorite charities 
were Miserlcordla, 6300 N. Ridge, 
Chicago, IL 60660 or Condell Hospice, 
115 W. Church St., Llbertyvllle, IL 
6004B. Please sign our guest book at 
www.strangfh.com. Piease also sign 
the Guest Book at 
www.LakeCountyJournals.com/obits. 

THOMAS D.DAY 

Bom: May 4, 1970 

Died: Oct. 20, 2007 

Was an avid Chicago Bears fan 

INGLESIDE - Thomas D. Day, age 37, 
of Inglcside, died Saturday, Oct. 20, 
2007, at his home. He was born May 4, 
1970, In Chicago to Douglas and 
Arlene (Elchler) Day. 

Thomas was a longllrrie, resident of 
the Long Lake and Round Lake areas 
: moving to Inglesldc this past year. He 
was employed as a warehouser for 
Technical Concepts In Mundelein. 

He was attending College of Lake 
County. He was an avid Chicago Bears 
fan and a collector of football memo- 
■ rabilla. ; .. 

Survivors include three children, 
I Amanda Schmelke of St. Petersburg, 
Fia., Heather Day of Connecticut, 



Megan Day of Ingleslde; his parents, ' 
Douglas and Arlene Day of Inglcside; a 
sister, Brcnda Day of Ingleslde; and a 
brother, Doug Day of Zion. 

He was preceded In death by his 
maternal and paternal grandparents,. 

Services were private for family. 
Memorials to the family would be 
appreciated. Arrangements were 
entrusted to Justcn's Round Lake 
Funeral Homo. 

Online condolences may be sent to 
the family at www.justcnfh.com, 
Please also sign the Guest Book at 
www.LakeCountyJournals.com/oblts, 

AUTUMN RENEE 
HASBROUCK 

Bom: Nov. 16, 2006 
Died: Oct. 21, 2007 
Fought a very courageous battle 
with a congenital heart defect 

LIBERTYVILLE -.Autumn Renoe 
Hasbrouck, age 11 months, died 
Sunday, Oct. 21, 2007 at' the Children's 
Hospital of Wisconsin In Milwaukee,' 
Wis. Born, Nov. 16, 2006 In Evanston, 
the daughter of Tim and Leslie 
Hasbrouck of Llbertyvllle. 

Also surviving are her grandparents, 
Marilyn Hasbrouck of Llbertyville, Dr. 
Al and Dolores Salter of Huntley and 
. many loving aunts, uncles, cousins 
and friends. '■ ■ 

! She was preceded In death by her 
grandfather, Alvin Hasbrouck In 1991. 

Visitation was from 4:30 p.m. until 
the time of services at 7:30 p.m. on 
Oct. 24 at Holy Cross Lutheran Church, 
In Llbertyvllle. >' ; 

A family interment service was at 
Lakeside Cemetery on Oct. 26, 
Arrangements were handled by the ' ; ' 
Burnett-Dane Funeral Home in 



Llbertyville. Please sign the Guest 
Book at 
www.LakeCountyJournals.com/obits. 

JOYCE E. HEIR 
(nee TAYLOR) 

Bom: Feb. 16, 1927 
Died: Oct. 22, 2007 

PISTAKEE HIGHLANDS, MC HENRY - 
Joyce E. Heir, age 80 of Pistakec 
Highlands, McHcnry for more than 50 
years, formerly of Chicago, died 
Monday, Oct. 22, 2007, at Northern 
Illinois Medical Center in McHcnry. She 
was born Feb, 16, 1927 in Chicago, to 
Edwin and Edna Goodrich Taylor. She 
was a former employee for Woolworlhs 
Dept. Store in Fox Lake and Brake Parts 
Co. in McHcnry. 

Joyce was a member of t lie Fox Lake 
American Legion Auxiliary Post 703, of 
which she was twice past President. . 
She enjoyed reading, cross-stitching 
and working jigsaw puzzles, 

She will be deeply missed by her chil- 
dren: Sandra, Wayne and David Heir all 
of McHenry; Warren (Linda) Heir of 
Round Lake Heights; her grandchildren: 
Warren Heir Jr. and Catherine Heir, both 
of Round Lake, She was preceded in 
death by her husband, Eugene V. Heir 
on Feb. 17, 2006; by her son, Eugene. 
and by her parents. 

Visitation Was Oct. 24, from 9 to 11 
a.m., at the K. K. Hamsher Funeral * ; 
Home In Fox Lake. The funeral service 
was conducted at 11 a.m. at the funeral 
home. 

Burial followed at Memory Gardens 
Cemetery in Arlington Heights. In lieu 
of flowers the family will appreciate 
l memorials to the American Cancer 
Society in her memory. - ■ 

Please sign the Guest Book at ', 
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polled to , reveal confidential 
sources under the exemptions. 

That provision appears to be rea- 
sonable and fair. It safeguards the 
free press, but also addresses con- 
cerns<about national security. Yet 
President Bush still has indicated 
that he will veto the legislation if it 
is approved by the Senate. 

The fact is that confidential 
sources often; play an essential" role 
in journalism. And a free and 
vibrant press is needed in a demo- 
cratic society In just the last few 
years, some of the most important 
stories have involved confidential 
sources, be it Abu Ghraib or 
reports on the shoddy conditions at 
Walter Reed Army Medical Center. 

Journalists have to be able to do 
their job. And sometimes that job 
involves disseminating informa- 
tion, that, the government, does not 
want released or would rather not. 
have reported. If journalists are 
forced under threat of incarcera- 
tion to" reveal sources, the free press 
is jeopardized.. . 



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rLake" County Board Member 
' David Stolmart,. who represents the 
Buffalo Grove and Long Grove area, 
, has recently been named a member 
of the National Association of 
Counties' (NACo) Transportation 
Steering Committee by NACo 
President Eric Coleman. The Illinois 



pendentlyihv their, own homes and 
communities. 

, Funding v;. for the Home 
Modification 5 ? Program has more 
than doubled from last year to $2.3 
million and will help 140 low-income 
seniors and individuals with disabil- 
ities, across Illinois afford home.. 



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Lake County f 
Board District 20 

member """■ 



counties oti.the committee, 

'.."Our participation with NACo 
helps Lake County citizens because 
we can bringour 
transportation 
issues to the fore- 
front-; and lobby ' 
for federal fund-'* 
ing for trans- 
portation proj- 
ects, which is one 
of, the County 
Board's top prior- , 
ities," Stolman 
said. . "For 
instance, Lake 
County received 
federal funding 
for the widenu^-j^ 
of Deerfield : Roadi|rii3 many of our 
other projects." 

The Transportation , Steering 
CommitteeVfocu^s.bnVmatters per- 
taining to ^comprehensive trans- 
portation. 

The steering committee's recom- 
< mendations on legislative policies 
and goals are presented to NACo's 
membership during the associa- 
tion's Annual Conference. If 
approved, the recommendations 
become part of the American 
County Platform, which is the basis 
of' NACo's efforts in representing 
counties before Congress 'and' the 
White House. 

i 
Independent fund 

Gov. Blagojevich recently 
announced nearly '.$2.8 million in 
grants to'\heir^Illinois seriibrsyand 
residents with-disabilities liveinde- 






Office. 

The Nursing Home Diversion 
Modernization (NHDM) Grants 
Program will serve 300 individuals : 
in an IB month pilot project, and .', 
increase the flexibility of service 
options . for all Illinois seniors, 
according to the release. - . 

"Seniors and people with disabil- 
ities should be able to stay in their 
own homes and communities and 
live safely and independently," 
Blagojevich said. "This funding will 
help them make basic, but necessary, 
home improvements so that they can 
remain living in their own homes 
and avoid having to move to nursing 
homes or other institutions." 

The Illinois Housing 

Development Authority (THDA), as 
part of the state's comprehensive 
housing plan initiatives, will allo- 
cate the $2.3 million in grants to 12 
nonprofit organizations and public 
agencies around the state to admin- 
ister the Program locally. 

A local recipient of the 2007 
Home Modification Program grant" 
is the Ramp Up Foundation, which 
serves Lake County \\. 

Each eligible household can;,-, 
receive between $15,000 to $25,000 assr 5 
a five-year forgivable loan to spend 
on modifications that address:acces- - : ■• 
sibility or health and safety, coh-'' : 
cerns.The funds are expected to tie ■■' 
available in early 2008. 

For more information about the 
NHDM grant, CCP and other servic- 
es for seniors, contact your local 
Area Agency on Aging or call the 
Senior HelpLine at 800-252-8966. 



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Clean up a success 

To the editor 

Thank you from the 
. Antioch Garden Club. Here, 
is a wonderful example 
of the thoughtful kind citi- 
zens of our great small 
town. 

As 12 members of The 
Antioch Garden Club 
worked at their annual : 
fall clean-up tasks in the 
.village gardens on Oct. 

11, a young woman in a red 
Chevrolet pickup truck 
(who didn't give us her 
name) committed a ran- 
dom act of kindness. 

She took time and 
money out of her day to 
bring a box of .Dunkin 
_ Donuts and a gallon of hot 
coffeelp.ease the chil| off. ,. 
our task/ ., 

Our sincere thanks to this 
anonymous young woman. 
Her kind act was appreciate, 
edbyall. 

Susan Mentgen 
•Publicity Chairwoman, 
The Antioch Garden Club 

Train horns blow no more 
To the editor: , V: 
Compliments are due to 
Bill Brimm, village manager 
of Buffalo Grove, for his un- 
ending devotion to getting 
the train horns to cease 
along the Canadian 
National Railway as of Oct. 

12. He has been working on 
this issue now for almost 
two, years. 

;This is a'project that was 
shepherded by Alan 



Knutsen of Antioch 

■ Township starting some 
five or six years ago, for 
then Village President Taso 
Maravelas of Antioch, the . 

' highlight of which was to 
' call a greeting of the Lake 
County Mayors Council to . 
bring to its attention the 
possibilities of getting this 
nuisance noise stopped. 

Out of that meeting came 
the passion of Bill Brimm, 
to work with the state and 
federal powers to be, to 
develop a plan for seven 
communities stretching 
from Antioch to Buffalo 
Grove to get the trains to 
cease and desist the blar- 
ing of train horns at all 
hours of the day and night. 
£'JiH has succeeded for the * 
:* benefit bfaij citizens of- ,'■' 
Antioch, Lake Villa, Round 
; Lake Beach, Grayslake,- 

■ Mundelein, Vernon Hills arid 
Buffato.Grove who finally 

• achieved the reward of 
'sleeping nights, instead of 
sleepless nights: 
The irony of this crusade 
is that it was accomplished 
with almost zero cost to 
taxpayers; by the simple 
task of posting of "No Train ; 
Horns" signs at each cross- 
ing. 

Bob Schiecke 
Antioch 

Evidence Is abundant 
To the editor: 

A letter using the whale 
to show the improbability 
of evolution appears 



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unaware of the fossil evi- 
dence showing step-by- 
step the evolution of the." — 
whale from its' land-bound 
ancestors Ambulocetus, 
■ through Rodhocetus'and " 
Basilasbrus; Even'without 

the fossil evidence, recent 

discoveries in molecular 
: biology and DNA sequenc- 
ing prove evolution assure- 
dly as a DNA match convicts 
a killer. 

Another writer, mistakenly., 
stated that evolution is 
based on chance. ' 

Actually, it is based on 
chance genetic variation* 
constrained by natural 
selection. 

This makes all the differf : : 
ence in the world. 

Opponents of evolution 
cite Michael Behe's argu- 
ment of irreducible com- 
plexity or William 
Dembski's argument from 
probability. 

Both appeal to those 



unfamiliar with evolution 
but easily, have been 
demolished by scientists. ! : 
As we become adept at; 

^niqdj^g-DNA^ience. 

: y could :simulat'eevbi utioh".'- 
through genetlcmutation 
creating new species and 
see which survive natural 
selection. 

Obviously such a danger- 
ous experiment never : 
would be permitted. 

,-. Evolution is well ' 

/explained iii "Life Evolving" 
by Noble Prize winner 
Christian de Duve, 
"Evolution vs. Creationism" 
by Eugenie Scott, and' 
"Genesis" by Robert Hazen. 
Regardless of overwhelm- 
ing evidence for evolution, 
creationists always will . 
prefer the myth of Adam 
and Eve despite zero evi- 
dence. 

Joseph L Oaleiden 
Woodstock 



>> SeeingltThrougrr 

Fort Sheiidan Golf Course^ foture in question 



The golfing season' is about over. 

1 More than golfers, the courses have 
been inundated with Canada geese 
that have scattered the courses with 
droppings. The geese would be wel- 
come to drop by if it weren't for the 
mess they leave behind. But, that's 
another problem for another day. 
: With the season gone by, I 
thought I would call Tom Hahn, 
executive director- of the Lake 
County Forest Preserve District, 

s and get an update on the Fort 

■■ Sheridan Golf Course issues. As 
you know, that's been in limbo until \ 
the district settles the suit regard-;; 
ing the payment of the humorigous ' 
dirt and debris pile left by.the devel; 

, oper who built the Tbym'of- Fort 

'Sheridan project / 

"The cost of the debris removal 
has been projected at $4 million or 
more. Hahn said that a settlement is 

. very near with only a few issues 
remaining to resolve the matter. 
Whether the district is legally 
bound to build a golf course became 
a technical issue when a group that 

1 doesn't want a course petitioned the 

"district toflnd out whether the proj- 
ect had to proceed. 

I didn'tthink that would .fly as 
the agreement with the U.S.Army' ; 
when the district bought the 258' ' 
acres that carried a deed restriction 




JohnS. 
Matijevich 



mandating that a golf course be 
maintained there. Hahn said that 
the district's attorney checked into 
it and concluded that the deed 
restriction must be upheld. 
-*.';;Nbw. comes the nitty, gritty issue.. 
.The golf course must be recon- 
structed, but at what cost? When the 
district went out for bids for golf- 
related improvements, the bids 
came back from $5 to $9 million dol- 
lars over budget. 

Even'with a master plan that 
included a "high-end" reconstruc- 
tion project, no one anticipated that 
costs would be that high. Back to 
the drawing board. 

The district has contracted with 
a golfing consultant firm to conduct 
an audit of all of the preserve 
courses including the market poten- 
tial- of the course at Fort Sheridan. 
Hahn said that the audit is to make 
certain that courses continue to be - 
paid but of golf revenues, not tax-, : 
payer dollars. 



I have always maintained that 
one "high-end" golf course, v 
Thunderhawk, is enougli for Lake 
County. The deed restriction 
nowhere says that the Fort 
Sheridan course must be a premier 
course. 

There has been a proliferation of 
courses, public and private, built in , 
the, last 20 years. That saturation 
j means that it is becoming very diffi- 
cult for 'courses to be profitable. 

Many courses have found that 
this year has been the first of what, 
might be a downturn trend. For 
public courses, it might be that they 
will have to raise fees on golfers, 
otherwise they would have to shift 
the burden on taxpayers,. 

The golf course at Fort Sheridan 
must be one that will be affordable 
for all golfers in Lake County. If the 
commissioners of the Lake County 
Forest Preserve District build 
another "high-end, high-cost" golf- 
course, they will incur the wrath of 
the electorate who have always sup- 
ported their referendums. That 
would be counter-productive.,- . 

Any, estimates on when you can 
call to reserve a tee-time? 

• John S: Matijevich writes a 
weekly column for the Lake County 
Journals. . 



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clinical information systems and 20-year Lake Forest Hospital nursing veteran leads 
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a team of growers who raise more than 5,000 pounds .of produce each.yearand 
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You would be responsible for operating torch or a large band, circular or carbide saw to ait and trim 
material to specifications and operate overhead cranes for loading material. Ability to read blueprints and 
. use measuring equipment is a plus. Previous machine shop or saw experience Is helpful. Willing to training. 
CNC/Manual Milling/ Lathe Machinists (2* Shift Available - 3:30 PM to 2:00 AM) 
Must be able to perform duties to set up and operate CNC/manual machines. Be able to load material Into 
machine wjth overhead crane. Experience with the following equipment: tape measures, cranes,- calipers, 
diameter tapes, micrometers, PC (computers) and common hand tools Is preferred. < 
Machine Repair Mechanics (3* Shift Available -,8:00 PM to 6:00 AM) 

Strong knowledge of a variety of lathes, mills, grinders and drill presses. Must have excellent mechanical 
skills, ability to read blueprints, hydraulic and electrical schematics. 
. Shipper, r;^ Shift Available'- 10:00 PM to 6:30 AM) ■ 

Determine locations of materials, retrieve and transport materials, loading and unloading of trucks, ' 
distributing materials and paperwork to appropriate departments. Fork truck experiences' a plus. \ ■ 
fool Crib Attendant (1st Shift Available - 7:00 AM to 3:30. PM) 

Distribute, maintain inventory and track tools, equipment and MRO supplies. Work, with machine and ■ ' \ 
maintenance departments to setup and repair tooling. MRO buying and/or crib experience a plus. 

Gn to www-scotforQe.com for full lob descriptions/benefits details:.- ■'■ ' 

Candidates can stop by Scot Forge to fill out applications, M-F, 7am - 5pm or resumes may be submitted via 
Fax to 815-675-4127, to careerstaiscotforae.com or to Human Resources, PO Box 8, Spring Grove, IL 60081 

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. Education 

INSTRUCTOR OF 
CRIMINAL JUSTICE 

Teach 15 hrsfeemester ol 
CJS courses & broaden 
the program to meet the 
needs ol students, law en- 
forcemt, homeland sec. 
and emergency mgmt. 
Mln. 18 grad. credits to- 
wards Mast, Deg. In CJ to 
be completed \mn 2 yrs & 
2000 clock hrs of law en- 
forcement, work exp. req, 
Full-time, lenuro-trock be- 
gins Spring- '08. Apply by 
10/26/07. Submit resume / 
MCC appl.. Irnscrpls & 3 
refs. No' (ax or email- ac- 
cepted, For addl. Info visit: 
www.mchonry.edu • 

McHenry County College, 

HR Dept, 8900 US Hwy 14, 

Crystal Lake, IL 60012 

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EDUCATION 

KLC School Partner- 
ships is looking to hire 
sell motivated, depend' 
able and caring Site Di- 
rectors lo work In a cre- 
ative and hands-on envl 
ronmonl In our., before 
and after school pro- 
grams in the Grayslake 
area. A qualified candi- 
date must be at least 21 
years old, have 30 hours 
of college credits wilfi 12 
credits directly related to 
children, and 750 hours 
experience, or 6 college 
credits directly related to 
children with 1560 hours 
of experience with chil- 
dren. Stall is In charge 
of writing and Imple- 
menting' lesson plans, 
supervising children, 
parent arid client com- 
munication, insuring that 
site Is complying with 
state licensing -regula- 
tions, 'and tracking ac 
counts B receivables (or 
the site Must be a able 
to work a split shift. II 
you are Interested in 
Joining a winning team, 
please call: 

847-360-0191 
or email: JandersonS© 

-klcorp.com 
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ELECTRONICS 

Manufacturer of Analyti- 
cal Laboratory Equip- 
ment has the following 
positions available: 

TECHNICIAN 

Bench Technician for 
production of laboratory 
Instruments needed. 
Some experience' help- 
ful, detail-oriented a 
must. 

PRODUCTION 
ENGINEER 

Electronics/Production 
Engineer needed for. pro- 
duction of laboratory In- 
struments. MS. or BS In 
electronics. required. 
Knowledge of ACAD Is 
helpful,. . . . " ■ 

Qualified candidates 
send resume as well as 
salary requirements to: 

Illinois Instruments, Inc. 
2401 Hlller Ridge Road 
> Johnsburg, IL 60050 

! hr© 

iliinoisinstruments.com 

Ph: 815-344-6212 

Fax:815-344-6332 

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Management 
First Student 

3625 W.Washington 
St,, Park City, IL. .60085 

SHOP SERVICE 
MANAGER 

First Student, Ihe 
largest School Bus con- 
tractor in North America, 
Is currently in search ol 
a highly qualified Indi- 
vidual to assume re- 
sponsibilities of a Shop 
Servica Manager at It's 
Park City, IL facility. 

The Individual selected 
will oversee repair and 
preventive maintenance 
activities on a fleet of In 
excess ol 200 vehicles 
and supervise a staff of 
nine, In a union environ- 
ment, while maintaining 
compliance with regula 
lory requirements, Com' 
pany policies, and en- 
suring maximum fleet 
readiness. 

Required experience: 
'Minimum 3 years ex- 
perience as a Service 
Manager or Technician 
In Charge in a largo 
dlesel powered fleet 
environment. 
•Possess superior su- 
pervisory and labor re- 
lations skills 

'Possess strong leader- 
shlp/rrtottvallonal abili- 
ties, with a positive atti- 
tude and team building 
.skills •' 

'Possess extensive ex- 
perience with comput- 
er/Web based mainte- 
nance tracking sys- 
tems, computer diag- 
n'ostlc/systems/equlp- , 
ment, electronic \ sys- 
tems, and computer lit- 
eracy In MS/Web 
based environment. ; 
•Possess strong written 
and ' oral communica- 
tion skills. 

'Promote workplace 

safety and possess 

training skills. 

Interested - Individuals 

should submit a resume 

with cover letter and 

salary history to: , 

Alan Brawn, 

Contract Manager, 

First Student, Inc., 

3625 W.Washlngton- 

St., Park City, IL 60085. 

, or via email to: 

• Alan. Braun© 

flrstgroup.com 



Manufacturing' 

ASSEMBLERS 

■'- 1st /2nd Shifts 
$9.25/Hour to Slartll . 
Must have experience. 
McHenry County Area 
. Call 815-4444507 



MAINTENANCE. 

> . Grounds & Facility 
School District 4e - 

.ExplnHVAC/electrical,. 

plumbing, lawn A snow • 

removal, general carpentry. 

To apply; contact District 

Otfics 815-458-3023 

■ v - V . ' • 

Lake County's place - 
for Jobs, Announcements, 

■ Stuff, Vehicles, 
■ ' Real Estate, Services' 
& much more) 

. Lake County Journals' . 
Classified Marketplace 



MANUFACTURING 

Parkview Metal 
Products 

specializes in full service 
precision metal stamp- 
ing: and precision metal 
fabrication, has. Immedi- 
ate opening for Process 
Engineer, CSR, Admin. 
Assistant, (Die' Setter & 
Tool Maker 2nd shift), 
Mln of 5 yrs ..metal 
stamping or related mfg. 
preferred. 

Forward qualifications to 
HRMgr, 1 275 Ensetl Rd, 

Lake Zurich, IL 60047 
! Fax:847-550-7228 

hrchlcagodparkv.com 
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Got Puppies, Kittens, 
Can or Art? 

Pictures Increase the. 
attention to your ad! , 

Ask about , 
picture ads todayl 
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Maintenance : 

WESTERN BUILDING PRODUCTS 

Want to be part of something special? 

Western Building Products, a major distributor ol 
residential and commercial building supplies, has 
an Immediate opening at. our Genoa City, Wl 
location tor an experienced maintenance person. 
This Individual will have a mechanical aptitude with 
knowledge of breakdown & praventatlve/predlctlve 
maintenance on electrical, pneumatic & hydraulic 
systems. General construction experience pre!. - 
Wa offer a complete benefit package, Including: 

• Competitive start rate with opportunity to 
progress. ' : . 

* Healthy Dental, Life, Short and Long Term 
Disability, insurance, ■ 

' Participation In Employee Stock Ownership plan 
(We are 1 00% .employee owned). ■ ' ' , 
•WagelncentivePlan. '• 
•Vacation, holidays and other employee benefits. 

, Please mall or fax your resume to:., 

. Western Building Products .- 

1300 N. Glenvlew Place, Milwaukee, Wl 53213 

Attn: Human Resources > •. >v, > 

Fax 414-258-2371'- E-mail hr ©western 1 .com 

• . •• EEOC/DrugFne Employer 



Manufacturing 

Plastics Setup 

Technician 

3rdBhfit 

Fabrik Molded Plastics, 
a leader In close toler- 
ance, plastic injection 
molding Is searching for 
an energetic, self starter 
to join their team. Mln 3 
years exp, Excellent 
wages & . benefits, 
Clean, modem facility.' . 
EOE 
0811:815-578-2989, 
or e-mail resu mo to: 

bmason© 
. fabriklnd.com 




Marketing 
Event Marketing 

Owens Coming looking 
for friendly outgoing 

Pople.:' Great PT/FT 
i. Anyone may apply. 

Calf 847.744.0810 ' 



Office 

General Office 

Protective apparel man- 
ufacturer has a PT entry 
level position available 
for an outgoing Individu- 
al In our office. Duties 
Indude A/R. A/P, and 

general office tasks, 
omputer skills a must 
along with good oral 
and written communica- 
tion skills. Hours. Mon- 
day, through Friday, 
9:00am to 1:00pm. Ap- 
ply In person. No phone 
calls, please:; ' • 

Standard Safety 

Equipment Co. 

1407 Ridgavlew Drive 

McHenry, IL 80050 



Office.' -,. -. r .... : -m 

JUST POSTED! 
. Get Paid to 
.' GoTo School! 
If you are 18-21 years 
old and live In Lake 
County, you could be el- 
igible for free business 
computer application 
training In Waukegan. 
Call 847-2494884 
Ext. 50. 
Classes starting soon, 
»' First Institute Training 
& Management - 



Restaurant 

Cashier & Cooks 

Apply In person: 
- Scott Dogs, B95 E. 
Grand Ave, Lake Villa 



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Restaurant . 

Lake County's Finest 
Restauranl & Banquete 
: NOW HIRING 
•Fine Dining Walt Staff 
•Banquet Wait Staff . 
•Bartenders -FTfPT. 
•Bus Help . 
Appfyln person 

Wed-Sun 

Country Squire 

Restaurant 

Rts 120445 , 

Grayslake, IL 

647-2234121 



Retail aniftww&MWfl 

EXP. DECORATORS 

needed forEpco design 
deplsi Wallpaper, fabric 
and/ '. window fashion] 
sales. NW Suburbs. ' 
Ex. pay and benefits, 
Gayte 647-21 2-67T9.' 



Sales ' • 

NEED TO MAKE 
$550+ PER WEEK? 

Commission-bused pay . 
Looking for 3 outgoing 
people to help us promote 
and sell.' Flexible hours. 
We are proud to sell ■ 
' subscriptions to the 

Northwest Herald, . ■, ■ 
Call Gens 847-829-4605, 



Sawing 

Protective apparel mfr Is 
seeking full time person 
for our Sewing Depart- 
ment Sewing experi- 
ence a must. Basic En- 
glish skills required. Ex- 
cellent benefits,' Hours 
Monday through. Friday, 
7!30am to 4:00 pm," Ap- 
ply In person, no phone 
calls please. 

■•: . . 

Standard Safsty , 
Equlpmsnt Co. 
1407 Rldgsvltw Dffvs 

McHenry, TL 00090 



SPORTS FAN?? 

Logon to.';.. 

www.chicsgofootbBH3as.03m 

www.chicigobuebal I365.com 
www.mohenryooufilytpprjt.(xxn 



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SNOW PLOWER 

.OWNER OPERATOR 
Northbrook/Deertlold 
Top Pay/Paid Gas 

Quick Payouts! 
•"Pro Plowing"* 

847-272-7180 



Social Services 

ACTIVITY ASSISTANT/ 
SOCIAL SERVICES 

FT& PT Activity Assistant 
needed In skilled nursing 
environment. Qualifications 
Include a H.S. degree and 
a Bachelors degree In Hu- 
man Services field. Good 
communication skills. This 
Individual will learn how to 
lead activities & to provide 
necessary documentation. 
Computer knowledge Is a 
plus. Send your resume to: 

Margaret Ryan 

LEXINGTON HEALTH 

CARE CENTER 

.900 S. Rand Road 

Lake Zurich, IL 60047 " 

Fax:. 847-726-1265 

- Email: rnargaret.ryan© 

-lexInglonhealth.com' 



Driver 

Lake County Area 
1 day a week -All Day 

Antloch 
. Fox Lake 
: Grayslake 

Gurnee 

Llbertyville 

Mundelein 

Round Lake 

Wauconda 

ideal for extra Income! 
Must sign contract. 
Call 815-459-6118 




Telemarketing 

'DONT SETTLE 
Work For The Best! 

IPA, North America's 
fastest. growing full-ser- 
vice business develop- 
ment firm Is expanding 
& has immediate open 
Ings In our Inside Sales 
Dept. Our progressive 
work environment offers 
our top performers Ihe 
highest, pay In. our in 
dustry as. well as rapid 
advancement * up the 
corporate ladder, in- 
dustry experience Is not 
necessary; our compre- 
hensive .training pro- 
gram will ensure your 
success. - 

Wo otter extensive train 
irigi-'qualiliod- toads,'- lull 
benefits, corporate ad- 
vancement & Uib realis- 
tic potential to earn 
commissions of S75K 
your first year. Our lop 
performers are earning 
commissions of 

SI 50,000+. 

if you are looking for an 
opportunity to excel, Ihls 
is a great position for 
you. 

Call Ms, Durham 

today: 

800-531-2542 

Or forward resume 

...'Fax: 847-495-6763; 
•' '. E-mail; andrea. . 
durhamOlpa-iba.com 
Equal Opportunity 
Employer 



Education 

Love art? Love kids? 
Teach drawing 2-5 
hours/wk. No teacher certi- 
fication read, some experi- 
ence w/children. Must be 
available 2:30-4:30. 
2- 3 afternoons a week. 

Young Rembrandls 
Lake County 847-564-1315 



Food Sen/Ice 

•GRILL COOK /PT 

30-32 hrs/wk. M-F 7AM to 
1PM, some wknds. as 
needed. Cook & serve 
fried & grilled foods: knowl- 
edge of basic food prep& 
safety practices; excellent 
cust. serv. Ability to man- 
age multiple orders & lift 
up to 40 lbs. 1 yr exp. In 
related area & current IL 
FS Sanitation Mgr. Cert, 
req, (or obtain w/in 12 mo). 
Apply by 10/26/07. No fax 
or email. For addl Info visit; 
www.mchenry.edu .■ 

McHenry County College, 

HR Dapt, 8900 US Hwy 14, 

...Crystal Lake, IL' 60012 " 

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We|ding 

Steel Fabrication 
Shop . ' 

Looking tor workers to 

fill following positions 

Shop Foreman, Fitters, 

Field Installers'. 

Welders. 

Experience necessary! 

Call 847-516-0597 



Health Care 

Full/Part time Medical of- 
fice In Gurnee looking for 
Bilingual Receptionist 
Must be -flex. Evening 
and: Saturday - rotating 
shifts. Must be able to 
multi-task, ' 
Fax resume: 
647-623-9168 



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Accounting. 

, Tax Preparer 

Free tax school. Day- 
time & evening prepar- 
ers" needed, Register 
now! Course starts Nov, 
5* In Fox River Grove. 
647-372-9073 
Small fas for books 



Driver i 

CONTRACTED 
. DELIVERY 

7 Day Delivery at 

Newspapers' 

Early Mornings 

Lake In the Hills area 
Crystal Lake area 
.. Harvard area 
Spring Grove area 
Fox Lake 
Me Henry area 

Ideal for extra Income! 

Must sign contract ■■• 

Call81M59-8118 



Healthcare 

Join Our Growing 
Team! 

McHenry Retirement . 
Community Is currently 
.'recruiting for the" 
following position:, ' 

Full-Time Cook 
This position Involves .'a 
work schedule including 
rotating ■ ..weekends. 
Kitchen Is open from 
6:00am to 6:30 pm and 
hours will vary during 
that lime, Desirable ap- 
plicants have a minimum 
of one year, experience 
in; quantity cooking. 
Sanitation Certification 
required. ■' 

; Come join our rapidly "• 
great community and en- 
joy competitive wages 

and benefits, while work- 
ing alongside some of ! 
the most dedicated and 
professional staff in the 
. .'; industry. 

II interested, please , 
-apply In person or call: 
McHenry Retirement. 
Community 

3300 Charles J. Miller 

• Road- 
; McHenry. IL 60050 
: (815)385-8840 



Your Husband Called..,. 

HE WANTS HIS 
GARAGE BACK!! 








Place your ad In the . 
Classified Marketplace 
today and clear It out! 
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Health Care 

. PHLEBOTOM1ST 

Internal Medical office 

in Gurnee. Approx 15 

hrs.' wk. w/addltional 

hrs. for PRN coverage, 

- i Experience only, ., 

: Fax mums to: 

847-6234188 



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MEDICAL /DENTAL MEDICAL /DENTAL . BUSINESS 



OFFICE MANAGER 

needed for busy surgery 
center In Crysial Lako. 
Medical lletd experience 
pretGrrod, managemenl 
oxp a must. Send resume, 
cover loiters salary reqlo 
lnloOnipsc.com 




Physical and 

Occupational 

Therapists 

Pari Time needed lo 
work with children with 
cerebral palsy. Will work 
In a group therapy sel- 
ling using the principles 
ol Conductive Educa- 
tion. 20 hours per week. 
MWF, In Lako Zurich, 
IL. Please send resume 
and Information to 
12296001 




X-Ray Tech 
FT/PT Immediate open- 
ing.' Fox Lake/Gumeo 
area. Must be willing to 
loam and assume Medi- 
cal Asst dullos. Please 
lax resume lo; 847-587- 
G24G Attn Vicky 



BUSINESS'^™ 
1 ■OPPORTUNITIES 

"Able to Travel" 
Hiring 6 people, Free to 
travel all stales, resort ar- 
eas. No Experience Nec- 
essary. Paid 
train Ing/Transporl atlon. 
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Music Education. Sooklng 

"MuslQ Club, Directors' lor 

new communities. 

Qualifications: music 

professionals, educators 

or musicians with 

business experience. 

www.muslqclubdirector.- 

com 

902-453-4464 



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maximize your selling 
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1 wilh a Sandler Salos S 
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For moro Information: 
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1-B00-669-3537 

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Education 

HIGH SCHOOL 

DIPLOMA ATHOME 

6-B weeks. 

Low tuition, 

Froo Brochure 

1-800-264-8330 

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN 

HIGH SCHOOL 

www.diplomatromhomo, 

com 



EMPLOYMENT 
TRAINING 



-RAILROADS ARE looking 

for experienced help. Train 

In four to eight weeks to 

1 become a Conductor, 

Welder, Mechanical 

Locomotive, or Carmen. 

Average salaries £63,000. 

Tuition loans nwi'iablo. 

913-319-2603 

913-319-2658 

www.RallroadTralnlng.com 



, Homo Inspection 

Training Service 

FREE OPEN HOUSE 

Saturday, October 27, 

l-2pm 

A must for anyone 

Interested in becoming 

a licensed Home Inspector 

RSVP www.HITS-Pt.tJS.com 

847-566-6373 




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Crane /Heavy Equip 

Training. 

Placomont assistance. 

.Financial assistance. 

$12-$307hr Starting pay. 

Oklahoma College of 

Construction. 

www.Heavy9.com 

Use code 'ILCNH' or 

call 1-8BB-79B-05B5. 


POLICE OFFICERS: Earn 

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UNLICENSED 
..CHILDCARE ■ 

Round Lako Beach Mom 

available for childcaro 
evening & weekend hours. 
Call Karen tor info. 
224-338*0203 i 

■; NOTICES,.;;) 

BSA Fox Lake Troop 85 
needs to replace stolen 
trailer! Wo are, looking for' 
a 3'x5' enclosed trailer, 
Donation ol or VERY rea- 
sonable price. Please con- 
tact Miko A. 847-767-5770 



ADOPTION GIVE AWAY ITEMS BUILDING SUPPLIES FURNITURE: 



FURNITURE- 



A Young, married couplo 

wisnos lo adopt 

newborn. 

Lots of Lova, Affection, 

. and Security await 

your child. 

Expenses Paid, 

Tracey & Robert 

1-866-465-94BB 



LOVING COUPLE 
WISHES TO ADOPT 
.NEWBORN .,*] 
Will Give Love. Warmth 
and Security. <; 
f Expenses Paid. 
Call Anytime. 
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t-B00-959-3956 



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MAGAZINES' 

Miscellaneous; Doll Read- 
er, Jack & Jill, Wee Wis- 
dom and others. Free. 
630-879-3638 

APPAREL /FURS" 

BEARS NFL STADIUM 
HOODED COAT. 
Slzo Largo. S1 25.00 
847-669-5639 

JACKET- Leather, Aviator 
Style,- size-M, American 
made, S85. 847-826-5252 

Madan School Uniform 
Two pair boy's 33 waist 
Navy pants. Very good 
condition. 815-812-1897 



EXTERIOR DOOR 

w/ 9 window panes, 35T 

Steel, almost newll S60. 

815-814-4984 

SINK - KOHLER Cast Iron 
Drop In, 9'dccp, single bay 
lor kiterien or laundry room 
standard 33" x 22", light 
cream In color, S75/FIRM. 
815-356-6991 : 



Window 71.5x47.5 
PVC Frame Marquee 
S125.00 847-578-0895 



3 Piece Sectional Sofa 
with a Hido-a-bed, & 
Recllner. Blue. Good 
condition. S100.00 
815-479-1264 

BED FRAME 
FULL SIZE, METAL 
$25.00 815-455-5898 

Blue Leather Sofa 
S99.00 815-307-4034 



Bunk Bed 

While metal frame, Full 

size (uton bottom, single 

BUSINESS EQUIPMENT, f^Hf s - mo ° 

DISPLAY CASE 4' Lighted " 
lull glass front & top, slid- 
ing rear doors, good cond, 
Call Steve: 336-972-5387 



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■ ADVERTISERS 
This is to Inform you that 
there Is a possibility you 
may be contacted by 
someone trying to scam 
you. The scammers use 
ploys such as offering to 
pay you a "processing 
loo" for • depositing 
checks and sending a 
percentage back to 
Ihem. These checks are 
FAKE and YOU win be 
held liable for re-paying 
the funds to the bank. 

Typically the scammers 
will contact you- via 
email or via a phone 
relay system for the 
hearing impaired so you 
don'l know where they 
are calling from or what 
they sound like. '- " 

Recently arrests wore 
made In the Nether- 
lands, Nigeria & Canada 
with 'lake checks worth 
more than. 52.1' billion 
dollars.- The' average 
victim of this scam loses 
$3000 to $4000. 

Please Be Cautious. 

For information on how 
lo report a scam, go to; 

hi I p:/ Avww.lc3.gov/ 

This Is . the ' Internet 
Grime Complaint Center 
and Is a partnership 
between 1 the Federal 
Bureau ol Investigation 
(FBI) & the National While 
Collar Crime Center, 



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DRYER ' 

GOOD CONDITION, 

$75.00 815-578-8490 



Cat black, short hair, do- 
clawed front,- missing toe 
on Irani missing Met) Ave. 
& Porter, CL 81 5-997-9045' 

CAT .Grey Mala. Tabby „„„„„_ ,,,-,, 

around September 13 In DRYERS: 1 electric, 1 gas, 

Grayslake, close .to comer Far condition. $50 each, 

of 83 and Lake St. . Call Joe 815-245-8074 
847-223-4172 



Fax Machine 
Brother Inteilifax 770 
Fax, copier, phone. 

Excellent condition, 
S507obo 815-307-4023 



ISHELTIEIttyrfemate] 



>hes biwn s win m coioi 
she has no colln r hut 
does have micro-chip 
HER NAME IS TARA 

Lost in tlw WoniJor Like 

ataa around Stagier Pnrk 
If lound or have any 

details call anytime to: 



837-875-0123 
WE LOVE YOU TARA! 



Gas Range 
& Microwave 

G.E. Profile, bisque. 
SSOO/all. 81 5-72B-0401 



FILE CABINET 
Brown, heavy duty, 
4 drawers. $50.00 

630-372-2986 



Cedar Chest 
Largo Antique w/ brass 
straps. Good condition. 
$125.00 630-879-0483 

Computer Desk 
Like now, 3 tier w/ sliding 
keyboard tray. Used 
10 Mrs. $99.00 
815-479-0739 

Computer Desk 
Modem unit, frosted glass 
top, SBO.OOVobo 
630-674-0169 



Small, Child size. Wooden 
Rocking Chair. Like new. 
$12.00 815-943-4945 

SOFA - 96" Chenille Plaid 
navy, beige and a small 
amount of cranberry, exc 
cond, $75. 815-477-2801 

SOFA 

7 ft., Colonial, curved 
plush plllowback. 
Beautiful deep rust color, 
$150,00 815-353-4213 t 

T.V. Cabinet 

Medium oak,58Wx56H 
x22D. $125.00 
815-385-2347 



ELECTRONICS 



Digital Media Player 

wilh Case & accessories. 

$180.00 { retail $280.) 

847-387-8025 or 

847-917-9343 

Direct TV HD Receiver 
RCA, Uke new. 
$150.00 815-653-8036 



MISCELLANEOUS . , SNOWBLOWERS 



TICKETS 



Maiic-u Uohiina Timer 

Transformers 13) 

300 watt each 

S99. 815-337-2648 



TV -VCR 13' Sharp, color 
combination w/ remote for 
$30,224-715-8822 



COLLECTIBLES v l, v: H0USEWAR es 



1 955 Seoburg Jukebox 
Modal J, plays 45's. 
Great looking & sounding, 
$2750^000 630-377-6B70 

Animated X-mas Doll 
Mom In wood rocking chair 
holding baby & reading a 
book. Beautiful, lifelike 
hair.' Mini condition. 
S80.00 847-830-9725 



Microwave Oven 
1c.f.. Whirlpool 
Good condition. 
$20.00 847-873-3920 



Moving. Musi Selll - 
Stationary massage table, 
ptnk vinyl cover, wood 
frame , w/drawer & cabinet 
each side. $199/000 , 
815-307-4023 



COUCH Maroon & Dark CASH PAID For Stamp & 
Green Plaid, good quality coin Collections & accu- 
purchasod al the Merchan- mutations. Old documents 
diss Mart. $125. i letters. B47-487-t6B1 
815-338-9121 



CRYSTAL CENTERPIECE 
Stew 16*. Bowl 9' 
Perfect (or Holidays! 
$75.00 B 1 5-477-0296 

Rainbow Vacuum like 
new, all attachments Incl 
carpet cleaner. . Asking 
$600 315-679-6551 

r LAWNS GARDEN" 



45 CLAY FLOWER POTS 

All sizes, good condition. 
S12.50 815-943-4945 



Large sealed double wall 
wood burning healer, 
can heat a number ol mis, 
$235 815-331-3058 

SERTA King size 
Pillow Top Mattress Sot. 
From guost roonVIIko new. 
S 199.00 816-790-6530 

: METAL PORTABLE 

BUILDINGS 

- 

20th ANNIVERSARY Sale! 
No seconds or overstocks. 
Just great prices on high 
quality, all stool buildings. 
Sentinel Building Systems, 
800-327-0790 ad 26 
www.s enlinolbuildings.com 

MUSICAL. - 
.INSTRUMENTS,' 

1 Getzen Clarinet 
1 Normandy Clarinet 
w/ cases. $150.00 each. 
815-338-1450 

Custom Kraft Electric 
.Guitar w/ case & amp. 
$150.00 
815-338-1450 



5 HP, 24" wide, 

Two stage, electric start. 

Runs good. $199.00 

815-728-0242 



-SPORTING GOODS 

PING PONG TABLE 

Paddles, Balls, Rules. 
$20.00 847-395-6242 

Road Master Mountain 
Bike. Needs very little 
worx.SfO. 630-549-0642 

EXERCISE EQUIPMENT 

AB LOUNGE $80.00 
815-759-9894 

AB LOUNGE, NORDIC 
TRAC, ROWER & 
GAZELLE. ALL $99.00 
815-337-7615 

Body By Jake Hip & Thigh 

machine $75, Body power 

Rider $100. Stair Stepper 

$50. Rowing Machine $40. 

70B-987-951T ' 

Dumbell Rack 2 Tier 
Excellent condition. 
$35,00 773-895-2358 



"GOLD COAST TICKETS" 
'SPORTS* 

•CONCERTS ' THEATRE" 

'Kelly Ciarkson' 

'Hannah Montana' 

'George Lopez' 

'Sammy Hagar* 

All Tlckets.,.Anywhorol 

'BULLS 'BEARS' 

NFL'NCAA'NBA'NHL 

800-899-9100 

www.gofdcoasttickels.com 



TOYS 



BARBIE JEEPS (21 

Power Wnools 

no batter! os, good cond 

SIQ/a piece. 815-790-9067 



DOLL HOUSE 
18x12, 2 Story 
Gingerbread 
$55.00 847-854-7980 

LEGO TABLE 
While with drawer FILLED 
with Legos. Medium size, 
$99.00 815-271-5259 

PLAYHOUSE 
Cedar, screen windows, 
door, shingle root. 
S75.00/ODO 815-260-1780 




|SHELT1E1wyrfemaleJ 



iltlfi S IKWP A ¥»t|| in c Will 

she has no cottar imi 

dOUS liavt? nitCK. i :•"(! 

HFR NAME IS TARA 

lost in the Wont lor L.lkf 

iiirtt iMutiml Gtint't P.e*. 

If found or have any 
details call anytime to- 



1 B47-875-0123 

WE LOVE YOU TARA! 



■ V.y:F0UNP/-^i 

CAT - Approx 10-12 wks, 
black & white, male, found 
In Round Lake Beach. Call 
847-791-1097. 



WASHER & Electric 

Si 1 ?« lii B a SLMftV era - displays, armoires, 
815-356-7416 aner5:30p racks; jjjg ^^ bacWrt 

: sign box. Great Discountsl 

hi ARTS /ANTIQUES^ * p, ™^Sf" n - 

;i*930 SINGER. ." 
Sharp wood cabinet w/ 4 
drawers, cushioned seat, 
patterns, books Ind. - 
$199.00 815-307-4023 



^CRAFTS /BAZAARS'' 



Antique High Chairs (3), 1 
converts lo a rocker. $50- 
. $125,815-338-9121 



-ound near Huntington Hll 
}n Algonquin. Call to Identify 
B47-65B-1419 



OLD IRON WHEEL • 
36" x 8 1/2", Not bent or 
broken. $20.00 
815-943-1213 



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the right to edit or reject' 
any ads without comment. 
This publication is. carelul 
to review all ■' advertising 
but tho burden of truthful 
. content belongs lo the ad- 
vertiser. We use standard 
abbreviations- and .we 're- 
serve the right to properly 
, classify your ad. All ads 
are 'subject lo credit ap* 
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'not exceed the total cost of 
-'the first day ol publication. 



4000 

Merchandise 



walnut - beautiful 
48"wx45"hx23*d, 
St 45. 847-658-5125 



SEWING MACHINE 
Anltq Treadlo In enclosed 
mission style cabinet, do- 
mestic brand, Call. Steve: 
336-972-5387 • 



Community Protestant 

Church 
. Holiday Bazaar 

41 b N.Prairie,- 

• Mundelein- 

Fri. Nov. 2, 3-Bpm 

Sat. Nov.3, 10am-3pm 

Delicious homemado 

candy & baked goods; 

beautiful fall & holiday 

crafts; vintage decora- 

' lions & unique gift 

- baskets. 
Beef BBC meals avail. 
' for $5.00. 

847-566-4O0O- 



Couch 

Norwalk 80' Beige Couch, 
with small Rust llowers, 
wood trim. 2 Matching 
pillows & arm covers. 
$75.00 815-382-7209 

DAYBED 

Like new, 2 yrs old, While 

decorative design. 

No mattress. $99.00 

815-459-4495 

Dining Room Set c.196Q's 
Solid wood, Table & 

6 chairs, China cabinet. 
Light brown, $199.00 firm 
815-459-7086 

Entertainment Center 
Sauder Brand, lots of 
slorage, holds 27" TV. 
S10.Q0 815-478-1264 

Kitchen Hutch- 1930's era. 

7 ft. high, 44 In. wide, 
glass doors, 3 drawers, 
$100 815-385-7858 

Kitchen Table ■ 
White, round w/ leaf. In- 
clude 4 ' black & white 
chairs. Good condition. 
$75.00 815-444-B136 



Uadro Lovo Birds 

Perfect Condition. 

S50.00 

630-845-2680 



NFL Football Helmets j, 
Fullsize Replica. Chicago 
BeBrs & Dallas Cowboys 
$75.eaor$140, both 
815-923-7578 

NFL Football Helmut. 
Fullsize Replica, Signed 
by Davnlo Culpepper, 
Vlchings, S1 00.00 
815-923-7578 

PLATES 

Precious Momenls Bible 

Story plates. 6 In Mint 
condition. Very colorful. 
$99.00/all 847-830-9725 



RECORD ALBUM'S" 
400 in good condition! 
verity, 815-568-1548 



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HOLIDAY 



Bar Grate 9 5/8' wide 
for Troy Built 6hp, Chipper/ 
Shredder. Now. Wdslck. 
$25.00 815-338-6562 

Blue Spruco & Fmser Fin 
www.mlllarmB.com" 4.5- 
5.5 1 $55-55 Scotch Pines 
4-5' $45-55 815-569-2117 

Lawn Edger 

Power Cralt, 2 HP Briggs 
& Straton Power plus 
engine. Runs good. 
$50.00 847-639-4991 

Mulching/Yard Machine 
5.5 HP, $150.00 
815-578-8685 

Patio Furniture Set 
6 Padded chairs w/ reclan- 
.gle glass top table.- 2 
padded swivel chairs w/ 
cocktail table. $89.00 
815-568-0415' 

MACHINERY & TOOLS 



Old's Ambassador 

Trombone 

w/ hard case. 

$65.00 815-243-4146 



Get In Shape for Holidays! — ■ 

Sears Lifestyle Expanse ,; WANTED. TO BUY 

550 Treadmill. Like new. i 

$150./obo 815-385-4787 



Stella Harmony fl String 
Guitar w/ case. 

$100.00 
B 15-338-1450 



SOLOFLEX Wall attach. 
$275. Aerobic Step $10. 
Exercise bike $30 
B47-875-3506 



SPAS, JACUZZIS i 

•POOLS 



STATIONARY BIKE 
Cardromax 525 

speed, distance, time, 

calories - used 
S75. 815-861-2461 



BSA Fox Lake Troop 85 . 
needs to replace stolen 
trailer! We are looking lor 
a 3'x5' enclosed trailer. 
Donation ol or VERY rea- 
sonable price. Please cop- 
tact Mike A. 847-767-5770 



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:Giy*AWAY;ITEMSjj «BABY^EIIS ; ^ 



McHenry Co, College 
! 23" Annual Craft Pair ' 

Sunday, Oct: 28* , 

. 10Am-4Pm 
Over 115 Craft booths. 



CLEAN BAGGED 

SAND -you pick up. 

630-901-5228 



Diabetic Testing 
Accessories. ',; 
Ascencla Breeze A 
Free. 815-455-5898 



CRIB ' 

Plnewood, some brass.-' t 
Slorage drawer included. - 
Like new. $99.00 • • . 
815-B93-0314. ; : 

Small, Child size, Wooden 
Rocking Chair. Like new, 
•',$12.00 815-943-4945 , 



^FIREPLACE- 



love SEAT 
Olive Green, good 
condition. $99.00/obo 
815-861-0559. 

Oak China Cabinet 

w/ Lead glass doors. 

40' wide, Excellent 

'condition. $198.00 

847-658-0110 



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FIREPLACE 
Never used, 
. $45,00 

630-845-2680 



ROOM DIVIDER 
6 Panel, Sturdy, Blond 
wood frame w/ new hard- 
ware. Attractive floral pat- 
tern, excellent condition. 
$40Vobo 815-307-4023 



CHRISTMAS TREE 
7 1/2 ft Deluxe Southern 
Pine artificial X-mas tree, 
w/ storage box, {$350. new) 
$125/obo 847-669-1643 

CLOWN COSTUME 

Blue w/ polka dots. 

Unisex for child size 12-14 

or small adult. $10.00 

815-.653-4556 

DINNERWARE -' SANGO 
■Silent Night" service ol B- 
plus completed 5 piece set 
2 platters, Beautiful Winter 
Scene! SB0.-815.3B5-871B 



RAGGEDY ANN 
"j COSTUME i 
Ladles size 10 
$10.00 815-653-4556 



MAKITA 9.6 volt 
Drill-Driver wilh 2 battery 

charger & case. 
$50.00815-338-2256 ' 

RADIAL ARM SAW 
Older model, No blade. 
$25.00 B15-728-8912 



^MISCELLANEOUS j 

BAMBOO POLES 
10" Long, 2-3' wide. 
$4.00.847-533-6626 , 

HUMIDIFIER 
Slonalre Warm Moisture, . 
In Box. Wdslck. 
$50.00 815-338-6562 . 

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'A BHAVE & LOVING 

i , OECISION' 
We' will guide your baby 

through Ufa's endless , 
., ; 'adven lures and 

fill their life with love. 

• Expenses .Paid, . 

■ 1466-917-4447 ,. 
..LCFS Lie, J01 2990 



DEFIBRILLATOR LEAD ALERT 



Medtronic has pulled certaln'defibrjllator leads off the market, saying 
tliey may hitve contributed to 5 deallis, If youliave been advised that 
your TCDIead.rnust be replaced, check yo\ir wallercaftjodeteiTriiiie 
if it is a Medlronic Sprint Fidclis Lead, ][Thcy may also.be used with 
devices manufactured by Giiiilu'nt of. Si, Judc.) If so,- please call.You 
may be entitled lo compensation. 



John J. Hopkins & Associates, P.C. 

i Atlomcys ill Law ' 

' Edwardsvllle',' Illinois.. . 



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Do you have a loved one in 

a NURSING HOME? 



Worried about losing their life savings? 

You can still protect much, and maybe all, 
of their assets for the family. 

Call Joe Oettel, mceHcfw 217-726 : 0176 

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November 91 1'" GREATER DOWNSTATE INDOOR 



J A Baby Is a precious olltl ; 
';, We're a young couple . 
I- eager lo give your.baby' 
;; unconditional love, limit-' 

• '•■ less opportunity and a \ ; 

chlldhood.lilledwithlun-'- 

• adventures., we'll help you'' 

.,■ anyway we can,,. .,: 
Call Carol and Ed todayl 
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Last Big Weekend! 

Pall Festival at Stade Dairy Farm 




(mewHitandajcf -mtttit wttktndl 
Lots of Kids Attractions;. 
HayrirJes • Haunted House • HomKOoked Food 
. fid Ywr'Own Pumpkins.'. -,V' : ' 



UUiffrett 

pupkiultflii 

iirfitlifur 

jfluUpiitj ■ 

Fqrmoreinfo, 815-675-6396 




Used Hot Tub 
For Sale 

6person-32Jets- 
2 pumps New cover 

and a cover lilt. 
$2500 Includes del. 

All Floor Model Spas 

On Sale . 

SavoSIOOO's- 

1 w/free.TV, Call 

Mike 847-265-5280 

Aqua Pools & 

Spa Proa. 



WE1DER ExorclsB. Equip. 
Moving Must Sell, In exc 
cond! S75..B1 5^75-6590 

.TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT 

SIE Men's Phone/Fax 
New In box. S 199.00 
815-385-0404 



You Want It? 
We've Got Itl 

The Classified 

Marketplace has 

GREAT VARIETY! 

800-589-8237 



Gof Puppies, Klttena, 
Care or Art? 

Pictures increase the 
attention to your adl 

Ask about 
picture ads todayl 
• 800-569-8237 




CELLPHONE 
WANTED: 



New or Used 

Motorola/Nextel 

Phone w/ 2 Way & 



Charger. Please 

Call Sue a 

B15-719-19SJ1 



Used concrete wall 

forms 715-453-9938 



i ; PETS & SUPPLIES 

AOUARIUM 

29 Gallon with cover, new 
light hood & stand. Incl. 
healer, fillers ,. alrpump. 
books, meds., water lest 
kit. $100. 262-694-5352 




FASHION SHOW 
EXTRAVAGANZA 

.'.'• SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11 



www.bluegrassmidwest.com 217-243-3159 Visitwww.stadedairyfarm.comorwww.shadesofautumn.net 



If you have children, know children, 
or ever were a child, help support the 
miracle of life at the 13th Annual. 




St. Judc Children^ 
Research Hospital 



S 
want 



: "®) e «», smith®, 

Fashion Show benefiting 
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. 

On Sunday, November nth, over 1,000 guests will join together 3t the 
Rosemont Convention Center to celebrate St. Jude Children's Research 
Hospital, the premier research and treatment center for children with 
-catastrophic diseases. 

The Fashion Show will feature contemporary fashions by Mart Fashion 
Production, furs by York Furriers, and jewelry by International Art 
Jewelers. All guests will receive very special gifts donated by Spanx,- 
Inc and MacyVOpen for viewing at 10;30 am, the Dream Raffle 
.Includes hundreds of prizes such as: diamond necklace; fur wrap; 
theatre tickets; weekend getaways; Sears, Packers, Cubs and Sox 
tickets; signed memorabilia; walk-on In a commercial; circus skybox; 
boating on Lake Michigan; and much more. 

.During the cocktail reception/raffle viewing, guests will enjoy 
complimentary mimosas as well as a sweet table hosted by Oak Mill 
, Bakery. Attendees will enjoy a luncheon, entertainment, and fashions 
In an event that features Honorary Chair Joyce Aboussle, First Female 
President of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, and Master of 
Ceremonies, Robin Robinson of Fox News, 

■Located In Memphis, Tennessee, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital 
has treated more than 19,000 children from across the United States 
and 60 foreign countries without regard to race, religion or ability to' 
pay.The late entertainer, Danny Thomas, founded the hospital In 1962, 
with the mission that "No child should die in the dawn of life." As the 
hospital celebrates i its 45th year, physicians and researchers are coming 
closer to making Danny's dream a reality. ' 

Tickets are $65 each, with tables of ten for $650, and Dream Tables 
for $1,500, Licensed by City of Rosemont, IL. ALSAC/St. Jude 
■ Children's Research Hospital, Permittee. 

'V ' ■ ' '•; .' ■ ' l 

For more Information on buying tickets or tables, donating to 

the • raffle, ' or buying an ad in the adbook, go to 

http://www.shaktr.coni/iijudtfashloniriow. Of call the. Midwest 

Regional St. Jude Office: WHWS21-5359.The Rosemont Convention 

Center is located at 5555 N. River Road in Rosemont 



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|BETS£SUPRLIES? 

— • - - 

Co go 

Largo Gulrtoa Pig cago 
with accessories, 
$20.00 815-363-3544 

Conflrio $35.00 
224-345-1571 

Dog Ci alo 

Modlum Size, 3 roos, old. 

Tan w/wlro door. 

!cosl$45. now) 
120.00 815-812-1 B97 

FISH TANKS - two, 
'55 gallon on motal stand 
wilh screen lops, for 
reptiles. SI 50.00 
847-658-1494 

Free lo good homo only! 
8 mo. old, Male. Pil Bull 
Potty & Crale trained. 
Good w/ kids 4 dogs. 
Serious Inquiries only. 
81 5-728-1 807 

IGLOO DOG HOUSE 
Extra Largo. Good 
condition. S60.00/obo 
815-221-5050 

IGUANA 

2.5 yrs old. Potty trained. 

$25.00 815-385-2175 

KITTENS 6 wooks old 
Black & whlto, adorable, 
loving & litter Iralnodl 3 
males & 2 females . 
$25.00each 847-742-8110 

Parakeo! $10.00 
224-345-1571 

Society Finch $10.00 
224-345-1571 

.MORSES &TACJ£~i 

HORSE BLANKET 
Winter, Thermal Master 
Excellent condition. 
$25.00 815-363-3544 

SADDLE 
Western Big Horn 
Good condition. 
$175.00 B1 5-363-3544 

Watorlng Trough - 70" In 
diameter, made by Hub- 
bormald$100. 

815-338-9121 



,AUT0S\ 



2000 Molibu LS 
Only $1 1,990. Auto. AC, 
PUPW. AM/FM, CD 
847-497-9807 

2000 Toyota Corolla 
Only $13,990. AM/FM, CD, 
AC, Pwr Sleorlng; 
847-497-9807 

Bolotv you Buy your now 

or used car ctieck out 

Ri pQHPeport.com 

Auto Dealers 

;i -SPORTS CARSi^ 



BOATS & MARINE 
SERVICES 



Personal Wmojcratt Lin , 
good cond, Wonder Lako. 



Station 550.H CaDact 



ere 
35 



St 50 00 
815-601-0348 



2003 Mustang' 

Only $1 0,990. PW/PL/PM 

CD. Alloys 847-497-9807 



CAMPERS, TRAILERS' 
&RVs ■"";; 

1996 29" CLASS C 
SHASTA RV- 

Custom paint axe. newer 

tires, shocks SI 6.500 

015-338-9060 

4 ft x 5 It Metallic Bluo 
Trailer with loidablo on- 
closer. $175 815-337-7750 



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FOR SALE 



North Carolina Mountains 

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Irok, Not running. Intact, 
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2 Hartey Davidson OEM 
Wheels from 98 Road King 
Good condition, callJoo 
$150.00 815482-1241 



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. FORSALE ' 

Wauconda 2 bdrm 1.5 
bath, A/C, appllc, W/D, Sm 
puis ok, 12x65' w/lip out 
$27,000obo 847-526-4548 

WAUCONDA 2 bdrm, 1.5 
balh, c/q, all nppl, huge liv- 
ing rm, now carpel, newly 
updated I Move In ready I 
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1999 Ford F350, Supar 
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2001 Dodge Ram 
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AUCTION 

STUDENT APARTMENT 
COMPLEX 

Novomber 8lh, 2007 
Southern IL University 
'77+ Units 
Expansion Plan- 
Zoning Complete 
Terrific Cosh Flow! 
- 8S8-808-0011 
United County 
Wallace Land 




■ REALESTATE 
SERVICES, 

TIMESHAREIII Paying too 
much 4 maintenance. Tees 
& taxes? Sell/rent your 
llmeshare for cash. No 



APARTMENTS, 
,: .UNFURNISHED 

WAUCONDA 2 bdrm, 1 
balh bsmt Apt. kit, living 
room, no pels. $900/mo 
847-487-298B 

C0HDOS/TOWNH0MES, 
FORRENT. 

Antloch- 2BR, 2BA TH w/ 
1 car garage w/ option to 
buy. Sii00imo + security 
847-340-2176 

FOX LAKE 2 bdrm Condo 
heated pool, tennis, mari- 
na, galea. Credit chock req 
S750 + soc dep, avail nowl 
847-587-5301 

Grayslako - Newer 3Bd, 
2.5Ba TH. 2 Car Alt Gar, 
HW Firs, All Appts., Pels 
OK. Call for Do tails. 
S1450/mo Agent Owned. 
Janice 

847-363-1651 

GRAYSLAKE, 2 bdrm 2 
bath condo. New construc- 
tion w/ail Iho upgrades! 
Heated underground park- 
ing spot & slorago unit. 
Hurry this beautiful unit 
won't last long, $1,150 mo. 
CatfG«wpo 773-759-9352 

GURNEE Slpnebrook 
End unit 2 bdrm, 1 bath, 
2.5 car, fireplace, balcony, 
W/D, SHOO/mo + util + 
soc. 847-406-0520 

Large Studio In Vacation 
Village, frostily painted, 
now appliances, new car- 
pat. S550/mo + dep. Ten- 
ant pays electric, phone & 
tenant's Insurance. No 
Smoking, No Pols. Realtor 
Owned Call 8 15-353-0605 

McHoriry-Ront/opl. TH 4 
bdrm, 3 full ba, 2000sqtt. 
2c. gar, $1500/mo 2mo. 
soc.ee 847-651-3840 



'HOUSES FOR RENT- 

Llndonhurst-3bdrm, iba, 
den w/frpl, 2.5 c. gar. 
Large yard. Aval. 1 1/5 
$1350/mo 847-507-5715 

MCHENRY 2 bdrm with 
den, 4 months old, hrdwod 
Ihru-oul, oil nppl. $1200 + 
sec dep. 815-759-6978 

MCHENRY New 3BR.2BA 
full bsmt, 2 car gar, all 
appl, c/a, SI285/mo. 815- 
791-1438 815-790-8775 

McHonry-Ront w/opt. 2 
bdrm, 1 ba, 1c, gar Newly 
remodeled. Nice Indscp 
$950/mo 708-369-5255 

Round Lako- Rent w/ op- 
lion to buy. 5BR, 3BA, 3 
car gar., 3000 Sq. FL 
S1900/mo 630-399-2278 



LEGALS 



LEGALS 



'LEGALS, 



LEGALS 



19, 2007 {it Antloch 
Township Center, .1625 
Deep Lako Road, In An- 
tloch, Illinois for Iho pur- 
pose of reviewing Iho 
annual roport and other 
District business, All in- 
terested persons ore In- 
vited to attend and will 
bo given an opportunity 
to bo heard, 

Dated: October 25, 
2007. 

Thomas Dooliltlo 

Gerald Millar 

Gerald VandorMoor 

Commissioners 

John P. Richtman 
Churchill, Quinn, Richt- 
man & Hamilton, Ltd. 
Attorneys for lha Squaw 
Creek Drainage District 
P. O. Box 284 



PUBLIC NOTICE Sla „ n0 on ^ 12 , 

. . 2007, a bidders Inlormo- 
Notico is hereby given | ion p adkoi will bo avail- 
that Roberts Road Mini a b!o at the Business 01- 
Storage, 4015 Roborts | !c0i wn | C h S h a il conloln 
Rd., Island Lako, IL 60042 | ne Terms ond Conditions 
will sell or dispose of ptop- ol Sale, a Bid Form, a 
orty, Tho snlo will tako specimen Real Estate Pur- 

Blaco ' on Saturday, chase Agreement, an 

bvomber 10, 2007 at ALTA ' survey dalod 

10:30 a.m. on 203 Eva September 24, 2007, pro 



Kongott, 212 Clydo 

Lonzen, 221 Victoria 

Tillon, 604 Loron D Guard, 

1222 Michael Emmerich. 

All contents sold to highest onco Company. 

bidder lor cash. Immediate questions relating 



pared by RE. Deckor, 
p.C, and a lltlo commit- 
monl dated July 26, 2007, 
from Chicago Titto In9ur- 
Any 
to Iho 



slonors ol tho Squaw I 
Crock Drainage District 
at 7:00 pm on Novomber 
8, 2007 at the Law Of- • 
llces of, Churchill. Oulnn, 
Richtman & Homlllon, ' 
Ltd., 2 South Whitney 
Street, Grayslako, Illinois 
lor iho purpose of re- 
viewing the annual re- ' 
port and other District 
business. All interested;; 
persons aro Invited to at- | 
tend and will bo given an < 
opportunity lobe heard. 



SPRING GROVE 2 bdrm, 
1 bath, bsmt, no gar, SB50/ £ "XVIT finmn 
mo. agent owned. T. Gam- & ray ,«.,. *2? 3 ° 
no5847-367-86S6 x208 



removal required. Wo re- sa'o of Iho Real Estate 
serve the right lo withdraw should bo sent In writing to 
any or ell property prior lo he altenMon o iho Super- 
ciin ^- . ■ Intondont by facsimile ot 

(Published In lh0 647-395-755'3 or delivered 
iVrTuconda Journal, Octo- 
ber 20 & Novomber 1, 
2007.) 



Dated: 
2007. 



October 25. 

Peter Tokampo 
Larry Scott 

Commissioners 



TWIN LAKES, Wl-remod'd 
farm house. 3 bdrm 1 bath, 
C/A, close to hwy 12 
S900/+SOC, 262-877-9700 

WAUCONDA 4 bdrm 2 full 
balh, big yard and dock. 1 
car garage, lake rights. 

$1250/mo. 847-487-9459 



GARAGE /.STORAGE? 
FORRENT 



Phone: (847)223-1500 
(Published In tho Lako 
County Journals, Octo- 
bor 25, 2007.) 

PUBLIC NOTICE 



TRUC K PARKING 

• Monthly rent 
•Electric hook-up avail. 
•Mechanics, luel& 
wash bay on site 
•Secure gated area 

Both © 815-675-3131 



NOTICE IS 
HEREBY GIVEN 
Thai on November 9, 
2007 a sale will be held at 
Chain O'Lakea Marina, 
500 East Grand Avenue, 
Fox Lako, IL., lo sell Iho 
following articles to en- 
force a Hon existing under jjon 
the laws-ol Iho Stale ot Illi- 
nois against such articles 
for labor, services, skill or 
material expended upon a 
slorago furnished for such 
articles at tho request of 
iho following designated 
persons, unless such artl- 
clos are redeemed within 
thirty days of the publica- 
tion ot this notice. 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC 
SALE OF REAL ESTATE 

LOCATED AT 18752 

WEST EDWARDS ROAD, 

ANTIOCH, BY 

COMMUNITY HIGH 

.SCHOOL DISTRICT 

NO. 117 

LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 



.APARTMENTS, 
-UNFURNISHED 



JM 



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W/HYD.HOSE. 
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Allls Chalmers 
Snap Couplers for 
Lift arms. S50./Qbo 

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ANTIOCH Court yard Apts 

2 bedroom, $800. 

First Month FREEI 

Senior Discounts Avail. 

(773)457-1925 




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;'. : SUPPLIES .•'■•.• ' 

4 Camaro 5 Lug Rally 
Wheels, teal color. 
Good condition, call Joe 
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Cowl Hood for Camaro 
1993-1997 $99.00 
630-232-0303. 

TOOLBOX for small 
Pick-Up. Aluminum 
diamond ptato. SI 50.00 

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Moon. 847-497-9807 



1999Rav-4 

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AC. 047-497-9807 

1999 Suburban LT 1500 
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Leather, Cleanest on 
markol 847-497-9807 

2000 Expedib'on XLT 
Only $9,990 Black, 
PW/pl, Roar air, Lealherl 
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2001 FORD Explorer XLT 

Good condition wilh blown 
engine, $2000/obo 
615-333-1231 

2001Rav-4 

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2002 Pathfinder 4x4 
Yours for only $12,990 
Auto, AC, Moon root 
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2002TrollbtaierLTZ 
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2003 Highlander Lmtd 
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FOX LAKE 37Nippersink 
54TWTSouThl Blvd. 2 bdrm 1 balh, ail 
now, No pets. From $750 
815-403-9558. 



OPEN HOUSE 

♦ G raysla ke/Wildwood * 

Savanna Ridge 

Exocutive Rentals 

1BR, 1ba$995/mo 

2BR.2baS1250/mo 

W/D In Unit. Club Room 

Garage Parking, 

Ready For Move Inl 

IGLR.E. 847-548-5100 




Nama of Parson; 
Chris Kluznlak 



Description ol Article: . 

1981 26 fLSeaRay Sun- 
dancer with Hull 
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1981 E-Z Loader trailer 



Notice is hereby. given 
thai iho Board of Educa- 
ol Community High 
School Dlslricl No. 117, 
Lake County, Illinois, will 
soli at public sale tho prop- 
erty commonly known as 
18752 West Edwards 
Road, Antloch, Illinois, 
60002, consisting ol ap- 
proximately 41 . acres ol 
vacant land (the *Roal Es- 
tate'), by sealed bid, which 
bids will bo opened and 
read aloud on November 
7, 2007, at 4:05 p.m.. at 
the Business Office, 1625 
Deep Lako Road, Suite A, 
Lako Villa, Illinois, 60046. 
Bids are due at tho Busi- 
ness Office no later than 



4:00 p.m. on November 7, 
2007. All bids received a(- 
■\LEGALS .;■•■■• ■ tmam^SiEZrt. ^-November 7, 2007, 
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Wnukogan 

S1 39,900. 2 Story, com- 
pletely remodeled w/now 

rool, windows, furnace, 

carpeting & appliances, 
3BR, 2BA, bsmt, covered 
porch, 1 car gar. Double 
corner lot, also for rent 9 
$1 lOO/mo.+sec. NO Seel. 
8, no pels. Virtual Tour: 
www.TJProperllos.com 

Bronda 847-569-6109 
RE/MAX Showcase 



CONDOS/TOWNHOMES 
FORSALE . 



JOHNSBURG-NEWTH 
3 Bdrm + Loll, 2.5 Bath, 
Johnsburg School District 
$224,000. 815-814-6343 



Fox Lako X-largo 1 bdrm 
wilh dining area, hcat'gas 
Incl, a/c unit, laundry/stor- 
age In building parking, 
$695/mo, no dogs, agent 
owned 815-814-3348 

Johnsburg-Dwnln 2bdrm, 
1 bath, 1" II. $975/mo Inc. 
util. 1 M mo. rant +1 mo, sec. 
Avail Imm. 847-542-7355 

LAKE VILLA Studio Apt 
Short term loaso. Very pri- 
vate. Includes FREE heal, 
gas. electric, contral air, 
cable TV, water, garbage 
and more. ONLY $495/mo. 
One person only. Non- 
smoking. No pots. Call 
847-863-5563 



ROUND LAKE TX 2- 
bdrm,, loll., 2.5 bath, 2-c, 
gar., fin. bsml., hrdwd. fir., 
S1,350/mo. 847-431-8284. 

[HOUSES FOR RENT 

ANTIOCH. small 1 bdrm 
on Chain. $725 + ulilitlosS 
sec dep. No pets. 847- 
395-0470 leave message 



Bnrrfngton Area: 

3 bdrm. 2.5 balh, 

8 Rooms Total, Apples, 

Full Bsmt, 2 Car Gar. 

$1495/mo 847-421-4210 



Largo Sludio In Vacation 

Village. Now carpet, now 7 . . „__ 

appliances, Iroshly paint- Long Lako - 2BR, across 

od, ground lovel with exie- fram Metra Train $900/mo at your door stop 

rior shed, $45,500 Realtor + soc - de P' A 



Owned Call 815-353-0605 



Avail 11/1 
847-546-0656 



FOX LAKE: 5 br, 3 ba, Iho 
perfect lako house. 
S2l95/mo fumlshod or 
Si695/mo unfurnished Ml- 
neola Bay boat/wave run- 
ner lift - plor and mooring 
year 
around tun. 630-235-3840 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

IN THE CIRCUIT 
COURT OF THE 

NINETEENTH JUDICIAL 

CIRCUIT, LAKE 

COUNTY, ILLINOIS 

IN THE MATTER OF 

THE GRUBB SCHOOL 

DRAINAGE DISTRICT 

LAKE COUNTY, 

ILLINOIS 

Gen.No.73MR114 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC 
MEETING 

ANNUAL MEETING OF 
THE GRUBB SCHOOL 
DRAINAGE DISTRICT 

Notice ts hereby given 
that a public meeting will 
be hold by iho Commis- 
sioners ol the Grubb 
School Drainage District 
at 7:00 pm on November 



Amount of lien: ■ 

$2,480.54 
(Published In U10 Fox Lake 
Journal October 11, 16 & 
25,2007) 

Lake County Journals 
always online at: . 
LakeCountyJoumals.com 

Your Husband Called... 

HE WANTS HIS 
GARAGE BACK!! 



4:00 p.m., will not bo con- 
sidered and will bo re- 
lumed unopened to the 
bidder. Facsimile bids win 
not be considered, Tho 
award of the bid shall be 
by the Board of Education 
on November 14, 2007, at 
7:00 p.m. .at lis regularly 
scheduled Board mooting. 



In person to tho Superin- 
tendent. . A written re- 
sponse (0 all Inquiries shall 
bo given by the Superin- 
tendent to tho contact In- 
formation on tho old. No 
oral representations will bo 
binding upon the Board ot 
Education. Additionally,' 
no Inquiries may bo sub- 
mitted after November 5, 
2007, 5:00 p.m. 

The Real Estate Is com- 
monly known as 18752 
West Edwards Road, Anll- 
och, Illinois. Tho public 
sate will bo made on tho 
terms and conditions that 
are' available at the Busi- 
ness Cilice. 

(Published In the Lakeland 
Journal October 11, 18, 
25.2007) 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

IN THE CIRCUIT, 
COURT OF THE 
NINETEENTH JUDICIAL . 
CIRCUIT, LAKE - 
COUNTYVILLINOIS 

IN THE MATTER OF. , 

THE SQUAW CREEK 

DRAINAGE DISTRICT 

LAKE COUNTY, 

ILLINOIS 

Gen.No.70MR125 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC 
MEETING 

ANNUAL MEETING OF 
THE SQUAW CREEK 
DRAINAGE DISTRICT 

Notice is hereby given 
thai a public meeting will 
beheld by the Commls- 



John P. Richtman 
Churchill, Oulnn, Richt- 
man & Hamilton, Lid. 
Attorneys for tho Squaw 
Creek Drainage Dlslricl 
P. 0. Box 284 
Grayslako, IL 60030 
Phone: (847)223-1500 
(Published In iho Lako 
County Journals, Octo' 
bor 25,2007.) 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

LIEN SALE 

A-J Sell Storage 

702 Sunset Drlvo 

Round Lake, IL. 60O73 

UNIT MG Miguel Veloz 
UNIT «8 Raymond Marsh 

• i 
All goods from these 
unite will bo sold on or af- 
ter October 26, 2007 lor 
past duo rant, late tees 
and other charges duo. A- 
J Self Storage reserves 
Iho right lo withdraw any ol 
Ihe Items from tho salo pri- 
or to October 26, 2007. 
For mora Info. Call 847' 
331-1778. 

(Published in the Lake 
County Journals. October 
18&25, 2007.) 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

' NOTICE OF REVIEW 
' AND OPPORTUNITY 

■:■/ FOR 

PUBLIC HEARING AND 
WRITTEN COMMENT 

In accordance wilh the 
requirements ol Ihe Illinois 
Health Facilities Planning 
Acl, Notice Is given ol re- 
ceipt of an application for 




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2BR.1 ba $119,900- 
2BR2ba $139,900 
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Between RT. 45 
-& Hunt Club Rd. 
IGLR.E. 847-548-5100 



JvlcHcnry - 1 bdrm 2° Ik, 
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1301 N. Richmond Rd. Apt 
C, 5695. Century 21 Coro, 
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815-363-6991 

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847-650-4998 



ah 

3 bdrm, Irg yrd, appl ind 



Fox Lako-Lako Rights 

J yr< . 

W/D, recently renovated, 
no pots S925/mo. + sec. 
i 847-921-3311 



INGLESIDE 1 bdrm, 

ImileloRt. 12, $675 + 

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262-495-271 B 



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Thursday, October 25, 2007 • C17 



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permit lor a proposed con- 
si ruct!on/modeml:allon 
project (Project "07-140, 
vista Medical Olfico Build- 
ing (see legal description 
pngo 5 ot the application 
tor permit) In Undenbursl, 
Illinois 60046), from Doep 
Lake Development Part- 
ners,' LLC. 2610 LBke 
Cook Road, Rlverwood, III. 
60015, Community Health 
Systems, Inc., 4000 Merid- 
ian Blvd., Franklin, Tonn. 
37067, and Waukegan Illi- 
nois Hospital Company, 
- LLC, d/b/a Vista Medical 
Center EasV 4000 Meridi- 
an Blvd.. Franklin Tn. 
37067. Tho applicants 
propose to construct a 
medical office building. 
Tho total estimated pro(ect 
cost Is $15,800,000. 

Tho application was de- 
clared complete on Octo- 
ber 16, 2007 and a copy 
of the application may be 
viewed at the Illinois 
Health Facilities Planning 
Board Office, address be- 
low. To oblain a copy ol 
an application phone Iho 
ollico for details and copy- 
ing lees at the number list- 
ed below. ' Consideration 
by the State Board has 
been tentatively scheduled 
lor tho January 15-16, 
2008 State Board Meeting. 
Any person wanting a pub- 
lic hearing on the pro- 
posed project must submit 
a written request for such 
hearing to: 

Donald Jones, Supervisor, 

Project Review Section 

Illinois Health Facilities 

Planning Board 

525 West Jetlerson Street 
, (2nd Floor) 

Springfield, Illinois 62761 

(217)782-3516 

(TTY If B00-547-0466 

for hearing Impaired only) 

Requests lor hearing 
must.be received by the 
Agency no later than 
November 2, 2007. Any 
person wanting to submit 
written comments on this 
project must submit these 
comments by December 
26,2007. . 

(Published In the Lake 
villa / Undonhurst Journal, 
October 25, 2007.) 

| ASSUMED NAMp 
PUBLIC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 

. , NAME APPLICATION 

Name ol Business: 
A PLUS CLEANING SER- 
VICE 

Nature/Purpose: 
Cleaning house & busi- 
ness 

Addressees) where busi- 
ness Is to bo conducted or 
transacted In this county: 
'1085 Larkdale Row, Wau- 
conda, IL 60084-1161, 
847-526-2463 

' Name(s) and post oince 
or residence address(es) 
of the person(s) owning, 



conducting or transacting 

business: 

Maria Mlroya Rivera, 

1085 Larkdale Row, Wau- 

conda, IL 60084-1181, 

847-526-2463; 

Slgfrldo Rivera, 1085 

Larkdalo Row, Waucon* 

da, IL 60084-1161, 847- 

526-2463 

STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE 
This Is to cortily that tho 
undersigned intend(s) la 
conduct Iho above nnmod 
business (rom the location 
(s) Indicated and that the 
true and legal lull namo(s) 
of the porson(s) owning, 
conducting or transacting 
tho business is/are correct 
as shown. 

Is! Maria Mlreya Rivera 
October 16, 2007 
1st Slgfrldo Rivera 
October 16, 2007 
The foregoing instru- 
ment was acknowledged 
before me by Iho person(s) 
Intending to conduct the 
business this 16th day of 
October, 2007. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

Is/ Stephanie J. Martinez 

Notary Public 

Received: October 16, 

2007 

WillardR.Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

(Published In the Lako 

County Journals, October 

18, 25 & November 1, 

2007.) 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME APPLICATION 

Name of Business: 
ARIAS CONSTRUCTION 

Nature/Purpose: 
Residential Construction 

Address(es) where busi- 
ness Is to be conducted or 
transacted In this county: 
370 Anderson Rd., Anll- 
OCb, IL 60002, 847-395- 
6677 

Name(s) and post office 
or residence address(es) 
of the. person(s) owning, 
conducting or transacting 
business: 

Gustavo Arias, 370 An- 
derson Rd., Anlloeh, IL 
60002, 847-395-6877 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE 

This Is to certify that the 
undersigned Intend(s) to 
conduct the above named 
business from the location 
(s) Indicated and that the 
true and legal lull name(s) 
of the person (s) owning, 
conducting or transacting 
the business Is/are correct 
as shown, 

Is! Gustavo Arias 
October 11, 2007 

Tho foregoing Instru- 
ment was acknowledged 
before me by the person(s) 
Intending to conduct the 
business this 11th day of 
October, 2007. 

. OFFICIAL SEAL 

Is! Barbara J. Nosier 

Notary Public 

Received: 



October 11, 2007 
WHIard R. Holandor 
Lake County Clerk 
(Published In tho Lako 
County Journals, October 
16, 25 & November 1, 
2007.) 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME APPLICATION 

Name ol Business: 
FLEUfl PIERRES ) 

Nature/ Purpose: 
Selling flower bouquols 
and floral arrangements 

Addross(es) whom busi- 
ness Is to bo conducted or 
transacted In this county; 
951 Shoreline Rd., Lako 
Barrlngton, IL 60010, 
B47-840-486G 

Name(s) and post ollico 
or residence addross(es) 
ol the person(s) owning, 
conducting or transacllng 
business: 

MIchelo J, Peters, 951 
Stiorellno Rd., Lake Bar- 
rlngton, IL 60010, 847- 
848-4868 

STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE 

This is to certify that the 
undorslgnod lnlond(s) to 
conduct tho above named 
business from iho location 
(s) Indicated and that the 
truo and legal full name(s) 
of the person(s) owning, 
conducting or transacting 
tho business Is/are correct 
as shown, 

Isf Michelo J. Peters 
September 27, 2007 

The loregolng Instru- 
ment was acknowledged 
before mo by the person(s) 
Intending to conduct the 
business this 27th clay of 
September. 2007. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

Is! Carolyn S.Goodman 

Notary Public 

Received: 

October 1,2007 

Wiltard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

(Published in the lako 

County Journals, October 

11. 18 4 25, 2007.) 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS' 
NAME APPLICATION 

Nome ol Business: 
LIFE POINTS 

Nature/Purpose: 
Providing organization . 
end coordination during 
periods of transition. 

Addresses) where busi- 
ness Is to be conducted or 
transacted In this county: 
23690 N. Elm Road, Lin- 
colnshire, IL 60069, 847- 
634-0739 

Name(s) and post ollico 
or residence addressees) 
ol the porson(s) owning, 
conducting or transacting 
business! 

Liza L Johnson, 23690 N. 
Elm Road, Lincolnshire, 
IL 60069, B47-634-0739 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 

' COUNTY OF LAKE 



This Is to certify that tho 
undersigned Intend(s) to 
conduct tho abovo named 
business Irom Iho location 
(s) Indicated and that the 
true and legal full name(s) 
of tho person(s) owning, 
conducting or transacllng 
lha business Is/aro correct 
es shown. 

Is! Uza L Johnson 
' - Oclobor 5, 2007 

Tho foregoing Instru- 
ment was acknowledged 
before mo by Iho porson(s) 



intending to conduct the 
business this 5lh day ot 
Oclobor, 2007. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

1st Susan J Clarke 

Nolary Public 

Received: 

' October 5, 2007 

W.llardR. Helander 

Lako County Clerk 

(Published In tho Lako 

County Journals, October 

11. 18 & 25, 2007.) 



PUBLIC NOTICE 



ANNUAL TREASURERS REPORT FY 2006-2007 
FORTHE VILLAGE OF PORT BARRINGTON 

REVENUE SUMMARY: Property Tex S123.132.45, 
Utility Tax S77.685.57, Solos Tax S44.924.97, Uquor 
License S39636.00.0O, Vchldo Uconso S8.599.00, 
Coble TV S11.403.04. Building Permits 522.419.241. 
Interest S41.477.41, Slalo Income Tax S132.913.24, 
SWALCO Recycling por Ion $476.01. Court Finos 
394,099.71. Businoss Pormils $250.00, Miscella- 
neous Rovonuos 55,673.60, Vending Machine Ll- 
conso $902.00.00, Motor Fuel Tax Receipts 
$50,056,75. Road & Bridge Fund $17,468.40. Spe- 
cial Events S3.539.00. Impact Foos $3,700.00, Police 
Protection Fund $6,550.71, Phoso I Sowor Fund 
Gram monies $543,202, Phase I Sowor Fund IEPA 
Loan $884,700.00, Phaso I Sewer Fund Inlorost 
$398.93 TOTAL REVENUES SI. 192,814 + IEPA 
SSA3 Loan $B84,700= $2,077,514 

COMPENSATION SUMMARY (Gross): Arnold U- 
mas, PO $3815, Donna Eriort. Admin. $29,499. Er- 
win Obarluch, PD $3,510, Lawrence Bennor, PO 
$88,753, Nancy Bachal. Admin. S2.472,, Ronold 
Chan, PD $12,129, Russell Issleb, Public Works 
$49,665, Steven Stanchuck. Public Works $1940, t 
Thomas Lester, PD $9506, Trevor Donahue, Public 
Works S750, Ronald Groonhill, Public Works $2454, 
David Markko. Public Works $290 - TOTAL COM- 
PENSATION $207,783. 

EXPENDITURE SUMMARY: Aronson Fence 
$5,445.00, AT&T S3,1 85.50. BC/BS ol Illinois 
$4897.92, Bob Riding Dodge. Inc. $72,203, Chap- 
man & Culler, LLP $40,527.41, ComEd $15,307.80, 
Cowlin, Cur ran & Coppodgo S9551.37, Diamond & 
LoSueur $14,009.76, Donna Eriort (Ins. stipend) 
$4,897.92, Evans. Marshall & Poaso, PC S3.5B0.00, 
Fluid & Thermal Systems $2,755.00, Franklln-Tom- 
ploton Fund fSEP) $8,875.25; Homo Depot 
$6,958.48, IML Risk Management Assoc. 
$13,146,74, Independent Inspections. Ltd. 
$11,571.80, Island Lake Police Depl, $13,750.00, 
JDM Consulting $5,075.00, Joel Kennedy Construc- 
tion Corp. $1,500,599,77, Mike's Towing $2,781.47, 
National Sail Supply $6,917.84. Nexlol Communica- 
tions $2,618.41, Oppenhelmer Funds (SEP) 
$2,949.92, Paine Webber, Inc(SEP) $4,966.59, Pine 
View Nursery $2,260.00, Public Finance Resources 
$35,000.00, Rainbow Collision $4,262.24, . Ray 
O'Herron Co.. Inc. $5,199.12, Sawvell Treo Service 
$11,189.70, S.E.C, Group, Inc. $117,608.77, Sny- 
der's Service Station $9,344.99, U.S. Treasury 
$15,412, Victor Ford $3,312.00, Waste Management 
$4,306.71, All other Disbursements less than 
S2,500.00-S62,163 - TOTAL ALL VENDORS- 
S2.026.630 

SUMMARY STATEMENT OF CONDITION 
Beginning Balances of General and Special Rov. 
Funds-S958,206 Revenues of all funds-S2.077.514 
Expenditures from all Funds -52,23 1.4 13 Ending Bal- 
ances from all Funds-S804,307 

Subscribed and sworn on this 23rd day of October, 
2007. 

Is! Donna Erfort 
Donna Erfort, Treasurer 
I. Nancy Bachal, Clerk ol the Village ol Pqjl Barring- 
Ion, Lake and McHenry Counties, Illinois, do horeby 
certify that the above Is a truo copy of the Annual 
Treasurer's Report lor tho fiscal year ending 
04/30/07. 

10/23/07 

1st Nancy Bachal 

Nancy Bachal, Clerk 

(Published in the Wauconda Journal, October 25, 

2007.1 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 
VILLAGE OF PORT BARRINGTON, LAKE AND MCHENRY COUNTIES, 

. ILLINOIS SPECIAL SERVICE AREA NUMBER FOUR , 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at 7:00 p.m., on tha 21st day of November, 2007. at the Village Hall, 69 Soulh Circle Drive, Port 
Barrington, Illinois, a hearing (the "Hearing 1 ^ will be held by the President and Board of Trustees of the Village of Port Barrington, Lake 
and McHeriry Counties, Illinois (the "Village*), to consider the establishment of Special Service Area Number Four of the Village consist- 
ing of the following described territory (Iho'Area"): 

THAT PART OF THE FOX RIVER VALLEY GARDENS SUBDIVISION IN THE SOUTH HALF OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF 
SECTION 32 & PART OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 32, TOWNSHIP 44 NORTH. 
RANGE 9 EAST OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, & NORTH FRACTIONAL HALF OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SEC- 
TION 5, TOWNSHIP 43 NORTH, RANGE 9 EAST OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN AS RECORDED IN BOOK 5 OF PLATS AT 
PAGES 51 & 52 IN MCHENRY COUNTY, ILLINOIS AS DOCUMENT NO. 70331 DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: LOTS 210 THROUGH 
212, LOTS 317 THROUGH 320, LOTS 254 THROUGH 283, LOTS 289 THROUGH 314, LOTS 215 THROUGH 221. LOTS 321 
THROUGH 409 & LOTS 235 & 236. 

THAT PART. OF. THE FIRST ADDITION TO FOX RIVER VALLEY GARDENS. A SUBDIVISION OF PART OF THE SOUTHEAST 
QUARTER OF SECTION 32, TOWNSHIP 44 NORTH, RANGE 9 & THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 5. TOWNSHIP 43 
NORTH, RANGE 9 EAST OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, AS RECORDED IN BOOK 8 OF PUTS AT PAGE 8 AS DOCU- 
MENT NO. 91918 IN MCHENRY COUNTY. ILLINOIS DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: LOTS 1091 THROUGH 1105, LOTS 1164 
THROUGH 1205, LOTS 1145 THROUGH 1155,-LOTS 1107 THROUGH 1112, LOTS 1208 THROUGH 1213, LOTS 1115 THROUGH 
1 135, LOT 1 19A.LOT 1 27, LOT 1215 & LOT 1216. 

THAT PART OF THE SUBDIVISION OF LOT B IN THE FIRST ADDITION TO FOX RIVER VALLEY GARDENS A SUBDIVISION IN 
THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 5, TOWNSHIP 43 NORTH, RANGE 9 EAST OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN AS 
RECORDED ON JANUARY 21, 1959 IN BOOK 14 OF PLATS AT PAGE 12 AS DOCUMENT NO. 348990 IN MCHENRY COUNTY, 
ILLINOIS DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: LOTS 1 THROUGH 35. 



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The property Is generally described es the southwest portion of the original plats of subdivision named Fox River Val|ay Gardens and 
Fox River Valley Gardens First Addition, The northerly portion of the property being along the northern most part of Soulh Circle Av- 
enue and Peninsula Alley. The westerly portion and the easterly portion being along South Clrde Avenue. The southerly portion ol 
said property being along Park Drive, An accurate map of said territory Is on file In the Office of the Village Clerk ol tho Village and Is 
available for public Inspection. The permanent lax Index number of each parcel located In the Area Is as follows: See Exhibit B at- 
tached hereto and Incorporated herewith. An accurate map of said territory Is on file In Iho office ol the Village Clerk of the Village and 
Is available for public Inspection. . 

■ The purpose of the establishment of the Area Is to provide special municipal services (the "Services*) to the Area, namely, the follow- 
ing: sanitary sewer system Improvements and extensions sufficient to provide sanitary sBwer service collection and transmission ser- 
vices throughout the Area, Including but not limited lb legal counsel, bond counsel, accountants, auditors, underwriters, bond reserve 
and capitalized Interest, all of tha Services 1o be beneficial to the Area and all of tha Services to be located on property now owned or to 
be acquired by lha Village, or property In which the Village will obtain an Interest sufficient for Iho provision of the Sorvices. All ol the 
Services are being undertaken In connection with new construction. The Village shall be authorized to Issue bonds as subsoquenily 
provided In this notice. After the life of the Bonds (as delinod below), the Northern Moraine Wastewater Reclamation District will bB re- 
sponsible for maintenance of the Services. ' . ■' ' ■ 

The Village shall Issue bonds (the "Bonds") In amount not to exceed $1,200,000 and secured by (he full faith and credit ol the Area lor 
the purpose of paying the cost of providing the Services. The Bonds shall ba retired over a period not to exceed 30 years from tho Is- 
suance thereof and shall bear at an Interest rate or rates not exceeding 9% per annum or 125% of the rale for the most recent date 
shown In the 20 G.O. Bonds Index of average municipal bond yields as published In tha most recent edition of The Bond Buyer, pub- 
lished In New York, New York, at the time tho contrad Is made tor the sale of the Bonds. . ' 

The Bonds shall be retired by the levy of a direct annual tax sufficient on all properly subject to taxation for tho Services located wilhln 
the Area to pay the Interest on the Bonds as the same comes due and to discharge the principal thereof at maturity. Said direct annual 
lax shall be levied upon all taxable property within the Area for the entire period that the Bonos /or bonds to refund Bonds) shall bo out- 
standing and shall ba unlimited as to rate or amount end In addition loolher taxes permitted by law. Said direct annual lax Is exompl 
from the provisions of the Property Tax Extension Limitation Law, as amend&d. . ' t 

■;.- .; , ■ • r .'-"'.' ' ' ■ ' 

All Interested persons affected by the establishment of the Area or the Issuance of the Bonds; Including all owners of real estate locat- 
ed within the Area, will bB given an opportunity to be heard at the Hearing regarding the establishment of the Area and the Issuance of 
tho Bonds and an opportunity to file objections to the establishment ol the Area or (ha Issuance of the Bonds. 

At the Hearing, any Interested persons affected by the Area may file with the Village Clerk of ihe Village written objedlons to and may' 
be heard orally Tn respect to any Issues embodied In thla notice. The President and Board of Trustees of the Village shall hear and de- 
termine all protests and objections at the Hearing, and thB Hearing may be adjourned 1o anolhqr dale without further notice other than a 
motion to be entered upon Ihe minutes fixing the time and place of Its adjournment. 

If a petition signed bV at least 51% of Ihe electors residing within the Area and by at least 51% of the owners of record of ihe land In- 
cluded wilhln Ihe boundaries ol the Area Is filed wllh the Village Clerk of the Village wilhln 60 days following Ihe final adjournment ol the 
Hearing objecting to thecreatlon of the Area or the Issuance of the Bonds for (he provision of the Sorvices to the Area, no such Area 
may be created and no sucf) Bonds may be Issued. . 

i By order of the President and Board' of Trustees of ihe Village of Port Barrington, Lake and McHenry Counties, Illinois. 

1 ■ ■:■''' ■ . v ■ ■ -.' 

' DATED this 17lh ctey of October, 2007. v ■ 

• Nancy Bachal _ 
'!.-. , ■ - ' Village Clerk, Village of Port Barrington 

. ' Lake and McHenry Counties, Illinois 
(Published In the Lake County Journals. Octobers, 2007.) ' ■ '-'-■■ ""■■-■ - 



PUBLIC NOTICE 



VILLAGE OF FOX LAKE 

ANNUAL TREASURERS REPORT 

FOR PERIOD ENDING APRIL 30, 2007 





General 


Snoclnl Rovonuo 


Capital Projoctg 


Fund Balance 05-01-06 


2,973,514 


137,874 


130,500 


Rovonuo 








Taxes 


1,599.154 


1,064.046 




Licenses & Pormils 


386,600 






Intergovernmental 


5,305,486 






ChargosforSorvlcos 


1,672,726 


1.729.377 




Finos and Forfolturos 


214.608 






Interest 


105,556 


25,993 


(1.697; 


Miscellaneous 


239,841 


12,027 




Total Revenuo 


9,523,971 


2,831,443 


(1.697] 


Expenditures 








General Govommont 


1,997.094 






Public Safety 


4,519,163 


2,749,548 


18B.100 


Public Works 


2.G66.272 






Culture and Recreation 


559.677 






Debt Service 


777,281 






Total Expenditures 


10,519,487 


2,749,548 


188,180 


Other Financing Sources 


187.691 


1,940 


59,369 


Fund Balanco 04-30-07 


2.165,689 


221,709 


■ 




Enterprise 


Internal Sorvlco 


Police Ponslon 


Net Assets 05-01-06 
Rovonuo 
Charges for services 


54,898,592 


43,918 


6,711,934 


7,489,519 


396,103 




Connection Foes 


2,142,372 






Grants 


150.000 






Pension Contilbullons 






529,066 


Interest Income 


917,619 




479.234 


Total Rovonuo 


10,699,510 


398,103 


1,009,200 


Expenditures 








Administration 


435,753 






' Operations 


4,610.984 


3B9.45G 


20,551 


Depreciation and Amortization 


1.715,932 


2,177 




Ponslon Benefits . 






387.518 


Interest and Fiscal Charges 


309,536 


289 




Total Expenditures 


7,272,205 


391,922 


408,069 


Other Financing Sources 


» 


• 


. 


Not Assets 04-30-07 


58,325,697 


50,099 


7,313,065 



COMPENSATION SUMMARY: UNDER S25.000.00 WARDEN, DENIKE - HENDERSHOT.KYLEF- DREYER, CHRIS - MCGEE- 
HIN. KATHRYN - WEEKS. GREGORY L - WODRICH, JANET LYN -HERRING, TOM - OPPER, ZINA LYNN - HUNTER, J. KEVIN 
WALCZYNSKt, THOMAS D. -SWIERENGA. MARK H. - NOWAK, GWEN H. - IRWIN, ROBERT - BUSCHICK, CHARLES P. -FO- 
GEL, RANDAL L - IRWIN. ROBERT - SUTTON. RUTH • HANSEN, CHRISTINE A. - LEESE.SHANE D, • LABUD, MARYANN - 
SHANNON, LEE A. Ill - HERRING, THOMAS - POLARK.CHRISTOPHER R - WILSON, JOHN P, - LANDWER, DIANE - BRUNO- 
THILLEN, DENYSE J. -ROGERS, JIMMY - BELL. JEFF - GAUGER, DAVID K - MILLER. DALE ALAN - KINA. RICHARD L • LI- 
ONTAS, G. ANTHONY - TR1NSKI, MICHAEL P - VERMILLION, STEPHANIE - WARDEN, ROBERT - KEDROK, JASON - OTWAY, 
DONALD - SCHMUHL, BRADLEY - STOCHL. RONALD C. - WITTE, FREDERICK W. JR. ■ DIEDRICH, MARK WALTER - HOHS, 
KEITH J. -CORDES, ALFRED J. • WILHELM. CAROL • MCCART, BOCEPHUS D.- WILVERT, SYLVIA -ALBRIGHT, WANDA A - 
AHLGREN. ERIK - DONAHOE, CHER! L - PENNINGTON, MATT- DEMAYER. AMBER - BERLINGHOF, CHRISTOPHER - 
MANTYCH, NICHOLAS C. - BATTAGLIA, KAREN M. - BESKOW III, THEODORE A. - SWALLOW, SUSAN • BRODERICK, 
AARON - WODRICH, LAWRENCE R. - DRDLA, DAVID ALAN - MURREY. GREG J. - GERRISH, WILBERT H. ■ STOCHL, 
ROBERT - JAKSTAS. KAREN - WARNECKE, MARK ■ DEMASI. FRANCIS J. • PAULL MARGARET A. - PETSCHELT. JOHN H - 
GREENWALD. JASON - RODRIGUEZ. NATHAN R. - VALENZ1ANO, MICHAEL - TARCHINSKI, TAMMY - FISCHER, NEAL J. - 
MEEKS, ANGELA - BURKHOLDER, JEFFREY - KEMPSTER, MICHAEL J. - VONALLMEN. KEITH L • BURGOORF. DAVE L. • 
WILLIAMS. ZACHARY - MIGACZ. GREGORY A. - GONZALEZ, ANTHONY R - WEEKS, SAMANTHA - GOUDREAU. SAMANTHA J, 
-CRANDALL, TIMOTHY • GERTS, ASHLEY- JOHNSON. SCOTT A, - BECKER JR.. EDWIN JOHN - STOCHL. SEAN - LIND- 
SEY. JOHN - MOORE. MICHAEL M. - FOCO. GREGORY • GROSS. RACHEL M. ■ RICHTER. DERRYLL - LUKEMEYER. MATT - 
ADAMS, JOSHUA LEE - SENDER, EDWARD - BESKOW, THEODORE A. - BORCHERS. WILLIAM - MURREY, GREG J. • 
ULASY, CAROL -FUCHS, THOMAS A. -WORKING, NOEL E.-DAUDELIN, RYAN - FORM AN, PAUL S. • GOOD, RICHARD JR. 

- BROWN. LYNN D - McNALLY, BRIAN M. - SUTTER, CHRISTOPHER D. - PREIDIS, THOMAS PETER - DAGDICK. SARAH - 
DAMOS, THEODORE J. ■ WITTL1EB. CHRIS D. - TRAVERS, JOHN MICHAEL - HILL. TOM • SCHMIDT. RYAN D - ROSSETTI. 
SAM - WITTLIEB, ALEXIS - HOEHNE, RICHARD E. - VILLALOBOS, MARIA - PEDERSEN, ROBERT ERIC - CALVERT, DIANA - 
STOFFER, MICHAEL - POMIS. LISA - DAUDELIN. ERIC - VAN HOORELBEKE, KIMBERLY - SANTIAGO, NICHOLAS - HUBER. 
SCOTT P. • - COLANDER. TODD E. - DESERVI, DAWN - CALLAGHAN. JEFFREY - BENDINELLI, VINCE - MUMFORD, 
JONATHAN C. - NEULIST. KAYEANNE - VAN HOORELBEKE, LAWRENCE D. - RASCIA, RONALD - NOVARRO, DALE - BECHT 
MIKAL, CYNTHIA - MILLER, JEFFREY A. - RAND, ROB - GAST. CHARLES M. - LESCHER. EDWARD F. - FRENCH. LOUIS E. - 
WIENKE JR.. WILLIAM F. - FRUM. KARRIE * MICHELINI. WALTER J. JR. - HUBER. JOHN W. - LINDSEY, MEGAN • VAN- 
HOOGEN, DAN - IRWIN, CYNTHIA S. - SPEHN, MICHAEL J. - GAYLOR, RICHARD P JR. • REED, JOSEPH • WOOD, LESLEY A - 
SMITH JR, ROBERT J. • MARTIN, CURTIS - CORSAW. AMY - CIESLEWICZ, SUSAN E. ■ THILLEN. JAMES - THOMAS, JAMES 

KATTNER. DANIEL R. - Between $25,000.00 and $49,999.99 FLEMING, JEFFREY - PEDERSON. TOM - STEGALL, KIMBER- 
LEE - MCMAHON. SHAUN - SWAN, JOHN ■ VASEY. MATTHEW - WARDEN, JOE - MICHNIEWICZ, RUTH A - CUSKER, PENNY 
J, - WOOD. MATTHEW - RANKIN. DONNA E. - STOZEK. JANICE - ROBERTS, TRACEY - COOPER, JEROMY A - OBERG, CAR- 
MEN R, - MUNOZ, OSCAR R. - WILLIAMS, TINA - LINNEMAN. LINDSAY - MASON. MARGO • WITTLIEB, DOLORES E. - LOM- 
BARDO. JASPER - BYNUM. CHARLES WRIGLEY ■ SCHMITT. RANDY J. - FOX. DOUGLAS A. - ROGERS. NANCY L. • WARREN, 
TREAVOR J. • WEIHER. NICOLE - BRASWELL, TIMOTHY - HILL JR., JOHN W, - BOVEE, CHARLES J. - KUEHN. PATRICIA • 
HERON, BRANDON K - CRUZ REGAN DANIEL V - MURREY. PATRICK J * GANNON. ROBERT - SMITH. BETTY A. - ALIOTO 
III. JOSEPH - MAGNESS, DANA - GALOWITCH, PATRICIA - -RUDKIN, LAURA • MUEHLFELDER, THOMAS JOHN - STENGER, 
TED M. - WEIRICH, MICHAEL - MALCZEWSKI, MATTHEW - RECHTORIS, STEVEN R. • WINNECKE, STEVEN J. - Between' 
S50.000.00 and S74.999.99 LARSEN, GEORGE HOWARD - HOLLAND, ROCCO J. ■ THOMPSON, JOHN M. - MICHALCZYK. 
FRANK -GOUDREAU, STEVE -WISER, WILLIAM - CUSKER, CURTIS MICHAEL - ZANDER, RUSSELL - FERGER, ROBERT ■ 
HENDERSON, BRANDY - WELCH, RYAN LEA ■ SCHUERR, NANCY ■ LnTLE, DEBORAH J. ■ DISTEL, ANTHONY J. - ANDER- 
SON, JENNIFER L - HERON, MICHAEL E. - JARRETT, COLLETTE B. - PEC2KOWSKI, ROBERT LEE - OFENLOCH, WARREN 
JOSEPH - WARD. CAROL J. - SCHWEIZER, JEFFREY CRAIG - OLSON, THOMAS M. • WOLF, ANNETTE D. - LEWIS, 
ROBERT E. - KINSLER, HARRIS E - DALY, TERRENCE F. - MICIC. AGNIESZKA- KELLY, RYAN C. - BALDOWSKY. JASON R. - 
KUESTER, JEFFERY JOHN - DESERVI, DAWN - MONSEN, WILLIAM K. - GOLDEN. WILLIAM - MILLER, DANIEL - BAR- 
TOSZEWSKI, RAYMOND W. - VELLA, STEVEN C. - OSTERTAG. MICHAEL P. - Between $75,000.00 and $99,999.99 PETER- 
SON, KEITH T. - MARTIN, JOSEPH G. - CHRISTENSEN, PAUL - CATULLO, LUKE RONALD - BECKER, DAVID JOEL - 
BOSTIC. BILLY JOE - WELSCH. KENNETH M. - HOYNE. JOHN T. - SCHINDLER, MARK - HART, WILNER ALLAN - GLINIEWICZ, 
CHARLES J. • BEHAN JR., MICHAEL F. - NORRIS, JEFFREY A - NEARY. JOSEPH P. - $125,000.00 and ovor HOEHNE, 
RONALD STUART. 

EXPENDITURE SUMMARY: 360 SUPPLY LLC $6,201,60 - ABBOTT ELECTRONIC SECURIT $48,228.60 - ACCOUNTEMPS 
$7,350.75 - ADAMSON INDUSTRIES CORP. S1 1,799.25 -ADAMS STEEL SERVICE INC. 335,153.88 - ADVANCED BUSINESS 
NETWORK S4.750.00-ALBERTSONSS2,578.87 • ALEXIS FIRE EQUIPMENT FIR S1 76,523.53 - ALLIED AIR CONDITIONING & 
$39,237.B0 - ALLIANCE CONTRACTORS INC. $143,857.60 - ALTIV1A CORPORATION $32,486.21 - AMB ROOFING & SHEET- 
METAL S28.420.00 - AMERICAN OUTFITTERS S5,897.96 ■ AMERICAN GASES CORP $3,222.38 - AMP ELECTRIC INC. 
$28,620.00 - ANTIOCH ELECTRIC SERVICE, $11,751.15 - APCO INTERNATIONAL INC. S3.731.45 - ARAMARK UNIFORM 
SERVICES $6,871.77 - ASHBROOK SIMON HARTLEY S1 8.995.00 - AT&T $27,756.07 - A TO Z RENTAL $5,786.60 - BAXTER & 
WOODMAN INC. S7.071. 29 - BERRIDGE MANUFACTURING CO Sfl.441.46 - HEALTHCARE SERVICE CORP. $206,151.82 
BLUECROSS BLUESHIELD S666.406.12 - BONNELL S18,749.80- BOUND TREE MEDICAL LLC $6,475.30 - BROADWAY IN 
CHICAGO $9,911.25 - BUCOM INC. $20,861.53 - CALCO S3.088.00 - CALIFORNIA CONTRACTORS SU $6,227,84 - CAM 
PANELLA& SONS INC. S14B.007.25 - CBA TIRE $7,05.7.84 - CDS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES $5,260.00 - CDW GOVERNMENT 
INC. $50,866.69 - AT&T MOBILITY S3.326.92 - CENTEGRA OCCUPATIONAL HEA $3,781.70 - CHAPMAN AND CUTLER 
$4,500.00 - CHEMICAL PUMP SALES & SER $6,590,00 - CHICAGOLAND PAVING $3.1 10.20 • CHICAGO BANDAG & ASSOC 
S4.251.86 - CHICAGO INTERNATIONAL TRU $7,07458 - CHICAGO TANK LINING SALES $22,749.61 - CHICAGO HILTON 
$2,638.84 - C1MCO COMMUNICATIONS INC. S54.249.49 - CLARKE MOSQUITO CONTROL I $5,400.00 - CLARK DIETZ, INC. 
$520,755.76.- CLEAN CUT TREE SERVICE IN $12,250.00 - CODY ADVERTISING PROMOTIO $12,977.68 - COLLEGE OF LAKE 
COUNTY S4.4B5.00 • COLUMBIA PIPE & SUPPLY CO $2,837.32 - COM ED S47.069.21 - COM ED $28,008.10 - COM ED 
$397,474,76 - COMED $3,030.77 - COM ED $60,728.72 • COMMUNICATION REVOLVING F $9,891,29 .- COMPUTER POWER 
SYSTEMS IN $3,420.00 - US BANK S32.687.59 - HSBC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS $5,123.04 - COVER YOUR ASPHALT 
$3,358.00 • CRYSTAL LAKE TIRE & BATTES2.746.08 - CUMMINS/ ONAN NORTHERN IL $4,051.71 - DAHM ENTERPRISES, 
INC. $63,505.30 - DB 3 BROADBAND $21,220.00 - DECATUR ELECTRONICS, INC. $9,889.00 - DELA WARE COATING INC. 
$5,239.45 -DENN1SON CORP. $25,167.00 - DIEMER PLUMBL1NG & EXCAVA S25,048.86 - DISPLAY SALES $12,256.20 - Dl- 
VERSITYCOM. INC. $13,432,82 • DIVISION 10 SUPPLIES INC. $2,693.00 - DOUBLE S. RANCH LTD S97.250.59 - DRYDON 
EQUIPMENT INC. $7,245.90 - EAGLE ENGRAVING $5,044.50 - EATON ELECTRICAL INC. $4,275.00 - ELGIN PAPER CO. 
S3.957.83 - EMSAR CHICAGO/ MILWAUKEE S2.821 .24 - ENROUTE EMERGENCY SYSTEMS $25,294.97 - ENVIRONMENTAL 
SAFETY GROU $4.101 .18 - ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCE AS $3,166.69 - ENVIRONMENTAL LEVERAGE IN $3.1 82.76 - FIFTH 
THIRD BANK $5,523.02 - FIRE GUARD OF ILS19.591. 00 - VILLAGE OF FOX LAKE $341,950,36 • FISHER SCIENTIFIC 
$7,400.33 - FIVE STAR SPORTS. INC. S2.81 6.00 - FLOLO CORPORATION $3,854.44 - FLOW TECHNICS $12,283.51 • FOX 
LAKE POSTMASTER $13,155.24 -FOJTIK, EDWARDS FOJTIK. $30,000.00- FORCES INC. $2,731.25- FORT DEARBORN LIFE 
INSURA S6.000.B9 - FOX LAKE ACE HARDWARE S6.735.26 - FOX LAKE LIONS CLUB S204.399.44 • FOX VALLEY GRAPHICS 
INC, $23,095.00 - G&R PUBLISHING CO. $4.464.57- HOEHNE & SON EXCAVATING, 51 8,807.81 - GASVODA & ASSOICATES, 
INC $49,837.24 - GEORGE HILLER & SON INC. $2,897,00 - GOODMAN WEST ELECTRIC S10.509.00 - GRAINGER 
S29.717.4B - GRAY'S INC. $3,009.00 - GROSSMAN PLUMBING CO. INC $14,459.06 - GROWER EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY 
$3,976.38 - GYPSUM SUPPLY COMPANY S4.994.12 - HACH COMPANY S9.397.72 - HARRIS BANK S364,668.36 -HINCKLEY 
& SPRINGS S4.61B.00 - HOLIDAY PARK. LLC S50.000.00 - HOME DEPOT $5,404.67 - HYDRO GATE SI 2.262.00 - HYDRAULIC 
SERVICES AND RE $3,230.12 - HYDRITE CHEMICAL CO. $24,073.76 - IDLEWOOD ELECTRIC SUPPLY $1 1,742.10 - IL ASSO- 
CIATION OF WASTEWA $8,371.24 - IL DIRECTOR OF EMPLOYMEN S25,215,17 • IL EPA DIVISION OF AIR PO S3B/700.00 - 
IL. EPA FISCAL SERVICES S $2,500.00 - IL MUNICIPAL LEAGUE $41,186.51 - IL PAPER COMPANY $5,735.52 - IL MUNICI- 
PAL LEAGUE $359,685.38 - IMRF $324,520.14 - INTERSTATE BATTERY SYSTEM S4.360.48 - INTERIOR INVESTMENT LLC 
S3.581.22-J&HBERGE INC. $9,763.33 • J&J PROMOTIONS $10,924.16 -JEFFREY C. BLUMENTHALCHA $33,135.33 - JEF- 
FREY LILLY AND ASSOC. S3,300.00 - JENSEN'S PLUMBING & HEAT1 $19,790.00 - JOS D. FOREMAN & CO. S2B.67t.55 - 
JOSEPH D FOREMAN & COMPAN S6.871.5D - JULIE INC. $2,776.40 ■ JWC ENVIRONMENTAL $5,741.00 - KALE UNIFORMS 
INC. $4,453.10 - KATHLEEN FIELD ORR & ASSO $30,630.75 - K.D. PLUMBING INC. $5,520.00 - KENNY'S FLOOR COVER- 
ING IN 516,238.90 - KENO& SONS CONSTRUCTION S 152.941. 62 - KOMLINE SANDERSON ENDINEE $3,874.86 - KRG FOX 
LAKE CROSSING, a $217,161.39 - LAKE COUNTY TREASURER $4,091.20 - LAKE COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS SQ.OOO.OO - 
LAKE COUNTY EMERGENCY TEL S6.090.00 - LAKESHORE HARLEY DAVIDSON $3,965.50 ■ LAKE COUNTY METROPOLI- 
TAN $13,200.00 - LAKE COUNTY FIRE DEPARTME $4,620.00 - LAKELAND COMMUNICATION SE S4,69B.04 - LANDMARK 
FORD $61,158.00 - LAPEYRE STAIRS INC. $4,788.93 - LASER TECHNOLOGY INC. $4,989.89 - LAUTERBACH & AMEN 
$24,930.00 - LEACH ENTERPRISES, INC. $2,633.93 - LECHNER AND SONS SB.139.30' - LEE PLUMBING MECH. CONTR. 
$42,857.75 - LEVIN TELECOMMUNICATIONS $19,688.41 • LEY & ASSOCIATES, INC. S1B.412.23 • LINDCO EQUIPMENT 
SALES $3,005.00 - LOCIS $5,239.00 - LONG LAKE LUMBER COMP 518,025.09 - L SMITH CONCRETE INC, $11,500.00 - 
LUBE OILS INC, SB.972.67 • LUND INDUSTRIES, INC. $8,489.03 - MANEVAL CONSTRUCTION INC. S34.246.6B - MAP AUTO- 
MOTIVE OF MILWAUK $2,558.32 - MARAVELA'S $13,650.55 - MARON STRUCTURE TECHNOLOG $7,290.72 - MARS CLEAN- 
ING SERVICE S49.3B7.46 - MARTELLE WATER TREATMENT $7,687.44 - MAXIM CONSTRUCTION CORP $888,158.20 - 
MAXIMUS INC. S9.850.00 - MBNA AMERICA BUSINESS CAR S9.677.71 - MCCANN INDUSTRIES $3,496.26 - MCDONOUGH 
MECHANICAL SERV $17,09474 - MCHENRY ANALYTICAL WATER $19,938.25 - MCMAHON AUTO BODY $3,474.55 - MCMAS- 
TER CARR $4,799.16 - MENARDS $33,730,60 - ME SIMPSON COMPANY, INC. S1 1,095.00 - METRO PARAMEDIC SERVICE I 
$1599 996 00 - MG SCIENTIFIC. INC. $2,964.42 - MID AMERICAN WATER OF WAU S7.852.15 • MIDWEST AGGREGATES 
$4 906 00 - MIDWEST POWER VAC, INC. SB.917.50 - MINEOLA MARINE, INC $2,950.00 - MINEOU BAY INDEPENDENCE 
$7 500.00 - MONROE TRUCK EQUIPMENT IN $4,903.00 - MOTION INDUSTRIES, INC, $2,758.17 - MOTOROLA $38,206.96 - 
NATIONAL ACADEMIES OF EME $3,925.00 - NAPA S24 ,01 4.02 - HD SUPPLY WATERWORKS $110,319.14 - NATIONAL 
RECREATION SYSTE $9,925.00 - NAVISTAR FINANCIAL CORPOR $65,727.00 - NORTH CENTRAL LABORATORY $3,392.06 

- NEOPOST 52 59426 - NICOR GAS 54,812.16 - NICOR $80,630.29 - NORTHEASTERN IL REGIONAL $16,992.00 • NORTH- 
FIELD BLOCK COMPANY $6,801.12 - NORTH WEST LAKE CTY. COMM $9,425.00 - NORTHWEST LAKE COUNTY FIR 
$5 350 00 - NORTH EAST MULTI REGIONAL $7,145.00 - NORTH AMERICAN SALT CO. S46.736.62 - NU CUSTOM CABI- 
NETS COUNTE $4,050.00 -NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY CS3.105.00 - NORTHWEST NEWS GROUP $7,301.29 - OLEARY 
CONTRACTOR EQUIPMES26,904.00 - OLSON OIL CO. INC. SI 60,390.45 -OMNI-SITE.NET $9,631.20 -ORKIN EXTERMINAT- 
ING $3,201.55 - OVERSTREET CONSULTING GRO S67.625.00 - OVERHEAD DOOR CO. S11.244.00 • P&S MASONRY INC. 
$18 400.00 • PACE VANPOOL $3,010,00 - PAODOCK PUBLICATIONS S3.71B.67 • PALATINE OIL CO. $18,876.84 '- PALMER 
MARKETING $3,225.00 - PARADISE JEWELRY/GEORGE K $2,690.30 - PARKING LOT SERVICES MAIN $10,637.60 - PAYNE 
& DOLAN INC. S313.330.57' - PF PETTIBONE & CO. S3.645.60 - PHOENIX SERVICE & SUPPLY $3,583.25 • PLAINTIFFS IMF 
SETTLEMENT $26 594.59 - POLYDYNE INC. $85,063.00 - PORTABLE COMMUNICATIONS S S12.705.00 - POWERPHONE 
INC $313300 - PRECISION CONTROL TECHNOL $11,958.60 - PRIORITY DISPATCH 515.553.50 - PRO 4 57,600.00 • PRO 
DIVE INC S30.315.90 - PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER INC. $3,553.61 - PVS TECHNOLOGIES $1 1 ,807.89 - QUILL CORP. S27.916.22 
rRADICOM $143,818.18 - RDJ SPECIALTIES, INC. $2,854.14 - RED FLINT SAND & GRAVEL $5,098.13 - RED WING SHOE 
STORE S3 1 17,99 - REGIONAL TRUCK EQUIPMENT $5,015.00 - RICMAR INDUSTRIES S32.397.47 - RICOH AMERICAS CORP. 
S12989 04 - WOLF'CAMERA $3,761.00 - ROCKENBACH ENTERPRISES IN $27,215.00 - RW TRQXELL & COMPANY 
$7 60600 - RYDIN OECAL $2,537.57 - SAUBER MFG. CO. $9,884.75 • AT&T $7,904.18 - SBC GLOBAL SERVICES INC. 
52 86250 - SCHNEIDER CORP. S72.40O.55 - SEA LEVEL DIVING S4.933.65 - SEA VIEW SYSTEMS INC. S5,154,00 - SEYFAR- 
TH SHAW $29 317.96 - SHEA'S IRON WORKS INC. $10,385.00 - SHERWIN WILLIAMS S3.0B5.77 - SIEMENS WATER TECH- 
NOLOGY $3 151.41 - SIEMENS $75,129.45 • SIGN APPEAL $21,623.40 - ME SIMPSON EQUIPMENT $3,877.50 - SOFFIET- 
Tl JOHNSON TEEGEN, $214,008.51 • SOUMAR MASONRY RESTORATIO $68,400.00 - SOUTH SIDE CONTROL SUPPLY 
$4.26680 - THE SPANCRETE GROUP, INC $18,397.50 - SPRINT/NEXTEL $21,130.53 - SPRING ALIGN $7,939.24 - STAN- 
DARD EQUIPMENT COMPAN 5165,127.66 • TREASURER. STATE OF 1LL1N S2.574.00 • STATE TREASURER $5,126.18 - 
STEINER ELECTRIC COMPANY S8.974.60 ■ SUN LAKE MATERIALS INC. 55,525.33 - SUPERIOR PAVING INC. $75,061.20 - 
TDS DOOR COMPANY 510,747.19 - TEAM ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS I $14,419.00 - TEE'S PLUS $4,090.51 - JERRA TECH- 
NOLOGY LAND SUR $8,675.00 • THELEN SAND & GRAVEL INC. S291.975.B3 - THOMPSON DYKE AND ASSOC. 57,149.87 - 
THOMPSON, ROSENTHAL^ WAT 53,145.50 - TJ CONEVERA'S S3.19B.20 - TRAFFIC CONTROL & PROTECT S7,637.8B - 
TREASURER STATE OF IL. $4,589,65 - TREASURER OF LAKE COUNTY $6,602.80 • TRI-COUNTY UNIFORMS & GEA 
S16 679.07 -.TRINITY INTERIORS INC. 523,1 50,00 -TRIPLE R EQUIPMENT SERVIC 5155,025.00 -TROJAN UV WATER CON- 
FIDENC $43,134.20 - TRONVIG. CHARLES AND JUDY 55,177.78 • UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS • 54,184,28 - USA BLUE BOOKS 
$6 384.99 - US B10SYSTEMS. INC. 521,270.00 - USCG AUX FLOTILLA 7-2 $3,780.00 - US FILTER. DAVIS PRODUCTS 
S52 896.26.- US POSTMASTER $20,000.00 - US SILICA COMPANY $2,711.28 - VALS FOOD $28,465.14 - VERIZON NORTH 
$3,677.73 -VICTOR MOTORSPORTS $19,929.22 -' VIKING CHEMICAL COMPANY $39,563.08 - VILLAGE PROFILE $2,995.00 - 
VILLAGE CAR WASH S3.9OO.O0 ■ VILLAGE OF FOX LAKE $26,198.86 - V TECH SYSTEMS INC. $4,832.50 - WARDEN. ROBERT 
$31,143.00 -WASTE MANAGEMENT NORTH S751.950.78 * WELLS FARGO FINANCIAL LEA 53,283,72 , WELTER LANDSCAP 
ING& LAWN $12,461.27 • WEYRAUCH, MICHAEL $10,000.00 - WHOLESALE DIRECT INC. $13,877.54 - WOLTER POWER 
SYSTEMS $12,402.47 - WS DARLEY& CO. 523,31 4,24 -XYBIX SYSTEMS INC. $14,557,00 ■ ZJ SALES $4,930.00. 
(Published In the FoxLako Journal, Oclobor26, 2007.) 



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PUBLIC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME APPLICATION 

Nam go! Business: 
LOVE MY CAKES AND 
PIES 

Naluro/Purposo: 
Bakery 

Addross(esi whore busi- 
ness Is lo bo conducted or 
transacted In this county: 
860 N. IL Rio 83, 
Mundelcln.lL 60060 

Namo(s) and post oltlco 
or residence ■ address(es) 
of the person(s) owning, 
conducting or transacting 
business: 

Cnlroso L. Miller, 1288 
Regent Drive, Munilcloln, 
IL 60060, 630-854-7275 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE 
This Is to certily that the 
undersigned Inlend(s) lo 
conduct the above named 
business Irom the location 
(s) indicated and that the 
true and legal lull name(s) 
ot the person(s) owning, 
conducting or transacting 
the business is/are correct 
as shown. 

' /s/CatrosoL Miller 
October 12, 2007 
Tno foregoing Instru- 
ment, was acknowledged 
belore me by tho person(s) 
Intending to conduct Uio 
business (his 12th day of 
October, 2007. . 
; OFFICIAL SEAL 
' 7s/ Mariangle Pagan 
Notary Public 
Received: 
Oclobor 12, 2007 
i Barbara J. Nosier 
' Lake County Clerk 
(Published in the Lake 
County Journals, October 
'18, 25 & November. 1, 
2007.) 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

* i 

. ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME APPLICATION 

- Name ol Business: 
MANNING CONSULTING 

Nature/Purpose: 
Marketing/Business As- 
sistance ' 

Addressles) where busi- 
ness Is to bo conducted or 
transacted In this county: 
328 N. Haywood Dr., 
Round Lake, IL 60073, 
847-217-1109 

Name(s) and post oillce 
or residence addrossf.es) 
of tho parson(s) owning, 
conducting or transacting 
business: 

Sharon L Mannlon, 328 
N. Haywood Dr., Round 
Lake, IL'60073, 847-217- 
1109, 

STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE 
This" Is to certify that Iho 
undersigned intend(s) to 
conduct the above named 
business from lha location 
(s) Indicated arid (hat the 
true and legal fullnamefs) 
ot the porson(s) owning, 
conducting or transacting 
the business Is/are correct 
as shown. 

is/ Sharon L. Mannlon 
September 28, 2007 
Tho foregoing' 1 Instru- 
ment was acknowledged 
before mo by the person(s) 
Inlondihg lo conduct the 
business this 28lh day ol 
Seplember, 2007. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

,'sJ Isabe; Avakian 

Notary Public 

Received: 

"' October 2. 2007 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clark 

'{Published In Iho Lake 

Courtly Journals, October 

11. 18 & 25. 2007.) 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME APPLICATION 

Name ol Business: 
MAYITA DAY CARE 

Nature/Purpose: 
Daycare 

Address(es) where busi- 
ness Is to be conducted or 
transacted In (his county; 
323 ' Wlldwood Dr., 
Round Lake Beach,' IL 
60073, 847-740-6929 . 

Name(s) and post office 



or residence addressees) 
ot the person(s) owning, -, 
conducting or transacting 
business: 

Isabel Campos, 323 Wlld- 
wood Dr., Round Lake 
Beach,' IL 60073, 847- 
740-6929 

STATEOF ILLINOIS.,. 
COUNTY OF LAKE ' 
This Is to cortily that tho 
undersigned Intond(s) to. 
conduct tho above named 
business from tho location 
(s) Indicated and that the 
Iruo and legal lull nnmo(s) 
ol the porson(s) owning, 
conducing or transacting 
the business is/am correct 
as shown, 

Is! Isabel Campos 
September 10,2007 
Tho " foregoing Instru- 
ment was acknowledged 
belore mo by tho person(s) 
Intending to conduct tho 
business this lOlh day of 
September, 2007. 

OFFICIALSEALV 
Isf Mariangle Pagan ' 
Notary Public 
Received; 
October 3, 2007 
Willard R. Helander 
Lake County Clerk 
(Published '■ In" tho 'Lake' 
County Journals,- October 
18. 25 & November 1, 
2007.) 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

■ ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME APPLICATION 

Name of Business: 
MIOZIO 

Nature/Purposo: - 
Restaurant 

Address(es) whero busi- 
ness Is to be conducted or 
transacted In this county: 
555 E. Grand Ave., Fox 
Lake, IL 60020 

Name{s) and post olfice 
or residence addressles) 
of tho porson(s) owning, 
conducting or transacting 
business: 

Anthony Gnrreffa, 304 S, 
Carriage Tr., McHonry, IL 
60050, 815-260-8760 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE 
This is to cortily that Iho 
undersigned' intend(s) to 
conduct the above named 
business Irom tho locaUon 
(s) Indicated and that the 
true and legal full namo(s) 
of, the person(s) owning, 
conducting or transacting 
the business Is/are correct 
as shown. 

/s/An|hony Garrolla 
October 12. 2007 
The '.foregoing ! Instru- 
ment was acknowledged 
belore mo by tho person's) 
Intending to conduct Iho 
business this 12th day of 
October, 2007. ' 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

, /s/ Stephanie J, Martinez 

Notary Public 

Received: October 12, 

2007 

Willard R, Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

(Published In the Lake 

County Journals, October 

18, 25 & November 1, 

2007.} 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME APPLICATION ' 

Name ol Business: 
MOHAWK BUSINESS 
SERVICES 

Nature/Purpose:'.. 
Small business market- 
ing end consulting 

Address(es) whero busi- 
ness is to be conducted or 
transacted In ihis county: 
814 Richard Brown 
Blvd., Volo, IL 60073, 
847-546-1662 

Name(s) and post office 
or residence addressles) 
of the person(s) owning, 
conducting or transacting 
business; 

Michael Ward Kllgoro, 
614 . Richard Brown 
Blvd., Volo, IL 60073, 
847-546-1662,' 

STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE • 

This Is to certify that. the 
undersigned Intend®;, lo 
conduct tho abovp named 
business from Iho location 
(s) indicated and that the 
true and legal full name(s) 



ol Iho porson(s) owning, 

conducting or transacting 
the business Is/are correct 
as shown. 

Is! Michael W.Kilgore 
September 24. 2007 
... The ■: foregoing Instru- 
ment was acknowledged 
^before me by tho pcrson(s) 
Intending to conduct the 
business litis 24th day ot 
September, 2007. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

Is! Isabe; Avakian 

Notary Public 

Received: 

. September 24, 2007 

Willard R, Helander 

Lako County Clerk 

(Published In the La*o 

County Journals. October 

11, 18 & 25, 2007.) 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME APPLICATION 

Name of Business: v '" 
PRESENT COMPANY 
THE NATURAL GIFT , 

Nalura/Purposo: 
Gift basket/box arrange- 
ments and sale ol Indi- 
vidual gill Items 

Address(es) whero busi- 
ness Is to be conducted or 
transacted In this county: 
18707' W. Jasmine CL, 
Grayslake, IL 60030, 847-, 
543-4028 ■ 

Nome(s) and post olfice 
or residence • address! es) 
ol the person (s) owning, 
conducting or transacting 
business: 

Marlsol Kramer, 1 8707 
W. Jasmine Ct., 
Grayslake, IL 60030, 847- 
5434028 

STATE 'OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE 

This Is to certify that tho 
undersigned Inlend(s) lo 
conduct tho above named 
business from tho location 
(s) Indicated and that Iho 
true and legal lull name(s) 
ol the porson(s) owning, 
conducting or transacting 
the business Is/aro correct 
as shown. 

Is! Man sol Kramer 
October 22, 2007 

The' foregoing Instru- 
ment was acknowledged 
before me by tho person(s) 
Intending to conduct the 
business this 4lh day ol 
October, 2007j _-■. .m. 
f OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/MiliaclaS. Stoyanova 

Notary Public 

Received: October 22, 

2007 

Willard R. Helander 

i Lake County Clerk 

(Published' In tho Lake 

County Journals, October 

25, November .1 & 8, 

2007.) ■ J '•: 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME APPLICATION 

Name of Business:" 
SAMI'Z SNACKS 

Nalure/Purpose: i 
Vending machines / 
g'umball machines 

Address(es) where busi- 
ness Is lo be conducted or 
transacted in Ihis county: 
316B5 N. Plnevlow, Lake- 
moor, IL 80051, 815-344- 
2192 ' 

Name(s) and post. olfice 
or residence ' address(es) 
,ol the person(s) owning, 
conducting or. transacting 
business:. ' . > 
Byron Johnson II, 31685 
N, Plnevlew, Lakemoor, 
IL 60051, 815-344-2192; 
Jennifer Johnson, 31685 
N. Plnevlew, Lakemoor, 
IL 60051, 815-344-2192 
STATE OF ILLINOIS' • 
COUNTY OF LAKE 

This Is lo certily that the 
undersigned intend(s) to 
conduct the above named 
business from tho location' 
(s) Indicated and that the 
true and legal lull narne(s) 
ol the porson(s) owning, 
conducting or transacting 
the business Is/are correct 
as shown. 

' 7s/ Byron E. Johnson ll 
October 4, 2007 
. Is/ Jennifer Johnson 
. U '■' "October 4, 2007 
: Tho foregoing ' Instru- 
ment was.' acknowledged 
before me by the person(s) 



intending to conduct the 
business ihis 4th day of 
October, 2007. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

,'s/ Barbara D. Noster 

Notary Public 

, Received :'October IB, 

2007 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

(Published in the Lake 

County Journals, October 

25, November 1 & 8, 

2007.) 



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ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME APPLICATION 

Name of Business: 
XL FLOORING 

Nalure/Purpose: 
Construction Flooring 

Address(es) where busi- 
ness Is to be conducted or 
transacted in this county: 
1551 Crystal Rock « 2G, 
Round Lake Beach, IL 
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Name of Business: 
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Nalure/Purposo: 
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plications. 

Addressles) whore busi- 
ness Is to be conducted or 
transacted In this county; 
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Mundeloln, IL 60060, 847- 
9B9-8431 

. Namo(s) and post office 
or residence addrcss(es) 
of tho porson(s) owning, 
conducting or transacting 
business: 

Dorthy. Nemslck, 503 W. 
Park Street, Mundeloln, 
IL 60060, 847-989-8431 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE 
This Is lo certify that the 
undersigned Intend(s) to 
condud the above named 
business Irom tho location 
(s) Indicated and that the 
injo and legal full name(s) 
of lha porson(s) owning, 
conducting or transacting 
the business Is/are correct 
as shown, • 

/s/ Dorthy Nemslck 
Oclobor 9, 2007 
Tho foregoing Instru- 
ment was acknowledged 
bolero mo by Ihe pcrson(s) 
fnlending lo conduct -Ihe 
business this 9th day of 
October, 2007. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/SusonJClarko 

Notary Public 

Received: 

October 9, 2007 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

(Published In tho Lake 

County Journals, Oclobor 

11, IB 4-25,- 2007.) 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME APPLICATION 

Name ol Business: 
WITH LOVE 

Nature/Purpose; 
Wedding & ovont plan- 
ning 

Address(os) where busi- 
ness Is lo be conducted or 
transacted in this county: 
331 Shelboume Road, 
Volo, IL 60073, 847-804- 
9000 

. Name(s) and post olfice 
or residence address(es) 
ol Ihe person(s) owning, 
conducting or transacting 
business: i '■ 
Potti Klrshnor, 331 Shel- 
boume Road, Volo, |L 
60073, 847-804-9000 !' :.. 

STATE OF ILLINOIS . : 
COUNTY OF LAKE 
• This is to certily that Ihe 
undersigned Inlend(s) to 
conduot the above named 
business from the location 
(s) Indicated and that the 
true and legal full namo(s) 
of the porson(s) owning, 
conducting or transacting 
the business is/aro correct 
asshown. , / 

/s/PattlK.KIrshner 
' . ' October 10, 2007 
■ The foregoing Instru- 
ment was acknowledged 
before me by Iho person(s) 
Intending to conduct the 
business this 10lh'day of 
October, 2007. . . ■ ' ■ 

' OFFICIAL SEAL 

'■, is! Stephanie Martinez 

Notary Public 

Received: 

,.-,' October 10. 2007 
'Willard R; Helander 

' ; Lake County Clerk 
(Published In the Lako 
County- Journals',. October 
18, ;26 & November 1, 
2007,) 



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ol tho person(s) owning, 
conducting . or transacting 
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.The foregoing Instru- 
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call 800-589-8237 or 

email; helpwantedQ 

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Own a Mattress Sanitizing 
Business. EamS200+hour 
Cash In on Green move- 
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process removes dust 
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Secret Shoppers needed 
For Store Evaluations. Get 
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Restaurants & Theaters. 
Training Provided. 
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1 ■ HE WANTS HIS - 
tGARAGE BACKH-v. 




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, today and clear It oull ' 

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You can't do that with 
stocks or CD'sl 20 Acres 
along Country . Road- 
S49.900; 160 Aero Land 
Trads-S625. / AC 150 
Acres with Log Cabin- 
Wraparound Porch and 
Gorgeous Mtn. Vlews- 
$189,900. We'll Finance II! 
'A dream come true for 
anyono thinking great land 
Is out ol reach'. Call 
Western Skies Land 
888-361-3006 
www.WostornSkioBLarx1.coni 

MOVIE EXTRAS NEEDED 

r Earn up to S100-S300/day. 
All looks, types, ages. 
TV, FILM, PRINT. 
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PUBLIC NOTICE 

ASSUMED 
BUSINESS NAME 
WITHDRAWAL OF 

OWNER(S) OR 

CANCELLATION 

Name ol Business: 
EUROPEAN FLORAL IN- 
SPIRATIONS 

Original Dale Filed % * 
MARCH 12, 2007 

STATE OF ILLINOIS'' 
COUNTY OF LAKE ^Z^ZZZZZZZ 
This Is to cortily that Iho qioiiDRaur} ACCinpri 
person s) listed below SS^uSSi^Si^i 
nas/havo coasod doing P:;AD NETWORK: 
business under the- as-', 
sumed name or has/have 



Genetic Study of: 



Bipolar Disorder 

also known as.... 

MANIC- 

DEPRESSION 




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S500. Police Impounds, 

Cars from S500! 
Tax Repos, US Marshal, 

and IRS sales. Cars, 

Trucks, SUVs, Toyota's, 

Honda's, Chevy's, and 

morel For lisllngs:- 
1-600-298-1768x1010 



no lurther connection or fi- 
nancial Interest In said 
business. Withdrawal shall 
beelfoctivo September 1 1, 
2007. , .., 
Sandra Heinzblmann 
1 830 Northwood Lane 
Wauconda, I L 60084* 

773-401 -9375 .> ' S700.-S800.000 Free 

/s/Sandra Helnzelmann cast, GRANTS/PRO- 
■ , ' , '••,'■. GRAMSI -20071 Never Ro- 

, The foregoing instru-ipayl Personal bills, School, 
ment was acknowledged 'Business/Housing. • AS 
before me by the person(s) SEEN ON T.V. Live Oper- 
withd rawing from the bus!- a tors. Listings 1-800-274- 
ness this fith day of Odo-' 5086 ext. 240 

bor.2007. 

-OFFICIAL SEAL, "Free cash grants/pro- 
/s/Mlch'elle Stepps -'grams" 525.000++ 

Notary Public " 2007" NEVER REPAYI 
I , Received: October 17, Personal,- Medical. Bills, 
2007 ' Businoss, School/House.' 
Willard R. Helander Almost everyone qualifiosl 
", Lake County Clerk Live operators: Avoid 
(Published in v lhe> Lake deadlines! Ustlngs 1-800- 
County Journals, October TB5-9615 exi 239 
25, .November 1 4 8,' 



2007' 




ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE 

From home,, "Medical , • 
•Business 'Paralegal ■ 

-"Computers ' 
: 'Criminal Justice '-', 
Job Placomeni 
' assistance. ',',. 
Financial aid and .. 
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II qualified. 
Call 866-858-2121 '. 
'. www.OnllnoTlde . .\ 
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Sbd 2ba Bank flepo only i ■ 
S250/mot .More Homes 
Available from SI 99/mol 
Great Area! Must Seel List' 
|J' Inps 800-366-0142 e«T104 

'Advertise ■ Nationally ■ to 
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work at 1-8 B8-4B6-2466 . 
www.iuburbiinnows.ora/scan . 



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Email: classified© 
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Jhe - University Of Chicagois conducting a genetic , 
study of bipolardisorderCmanic-ciepression)/ 
funded by the National Institutes of Health. 
Particirjantsare.reimb.ursed Sysfortheir.ti.me.and 
blood test. No travel is required. We^are/seercihg: 

• individuals who are diagnosed or. have all the' 
■ symptoms of bipolar disorder 

OR 

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• Individuals who.are ^diagnosed or have all the ' j 
symptoms of bi pb | a r^cl isb rd e'r,. ' "." APil ; 

• immediate family members with "depression; 
mania, or mood swings 1 .! 

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(866) 51 -GENES or e-mail us 
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AUTO CONNECTION CELEBRATING 18 YEARS OF SERVING THE COMMUNITY 

This year Bruce Skidds is celebrating 18 years in business in a rather unique way. 
After retiring, From the corporate world, and having had a passion for working on restoring his own cars r people started asking for help with their cars; so In 1989 he opened Auto Connection, hiring a young part time 
mechanic, as lime evolved ii turned into full time. Now he employees 2 full time, master technicians and has a host of up to date equipment. His technicians are continually attending school to keep up with the latest 
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To celebrate the longevity of. his business this year he was able' to pay off the building. Instead of adding on or building a new building he decided to keep the old one and pass his saving along to his customers. The 
October'and November Special is $14.95 for an oil change, most vehicles. November Special will be a Wlnterizatlon Special (Including 1 gallon of Anti Freeze) 
for only S39 ? 95, 

Auto Connection offers full service bumper to bumper service with all work full guaranteed, Pricing is competitive - no repair work'is done with prior approval no surprises here. Complimentary loaner cars are supplied 
or If you prefer "door to door? service Is available. , ' 

They service both foreign and domestic cars, brand new or the "oldies". . -' 

Customers. receive a monthly, mailing containing Auto Connection Bucks which can be used on future repairs or maintenance. ' 

Auto Connection services commercial accounts too; There are a fleet of 28 commercial vehicles and another of 7 large trucks just to name a few are regular accounts. 

Bruce says Auto Connection Is a family owned business and "will treat you like we want to be treated.every auto needs maintenance, so give us a try" Believing so much in the "family" all of our regular customer kids 
(we've watched grow from "knee hugger") received their first oil change FREE when they start driving. , 

Every year Bruce sponsors a Car Show, this year 72 vehicles were. entered, 230 plates of complimentary food was served along with live music and lots of gifts and prizes.' ' 
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TIME TO BE A-MAZE-D: From Oct. 25 through 
27, an indoor maze will be at Crossview Church, 750 
Highview Drive, in Antioch. info: 847-395-4117 



AWESOME ALPACAS: An Alpaca Extravaganza 
will take place Oct. 27 and 28 at the Lake County 
Fairgrounds in Grayslake. Info: 847-279-8850 



STORIES COME TO LIFE: The second annual 
Ray Bradbury Storytelling Festival will be Oct. 26 in 
Waukegan. See the story on page 7A. 



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» Out&About 

Calendar 

Get ready for Halloween with a 
list of Lake County trick-or-treat- 
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calendar, as well as a list of 
spooktacular "Halloween 
Hauntings" in the area. 

PAGE 3B 

>> NowShowing 
Movie reviews 

'Music Within' 

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• Movie critic Jeffrey Westhoff 
says that "Music Within" strives 
to be an inspirational film, but' 
cliches arid bland visuals inhibit 
the movie from reaching its goals. 

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» RelishTheAmericanTable 



Pumpkin wedges 

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learn how.to create ataste of fall "j 
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select "food", under LakeLife. 




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'The Miser' 

"The Miser" seems to have '-.■ 
stood the test of time and, 
through Nov. 11, gets new life at 
Northlight Theatre in Skokie. The 
play teils the story of a man 
obsessed with money and what 
his greed does to his^ family; To ' ' 
read the article, go to .•• 
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Pictured is a Halloween decoration in front of stores in Grayslake. Decorations, are one way to add a touch of the season to a Halloween party. 



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can: capture a person's, spiritj£it 
seems to' be Halloween. For. one day 

;; out of^tK§yyear, it's acceptable for. 
people to be someone else; eat all tha 
tooth-rotting candy ppssible, and to 
throw a great party. 

For many children, Halloween 
seems to be one of the greatest days 
of the year. But ' how do parents 
enhance childrens' fun? One way 
might be to make Halloween' '07 r a 
memorable one by throwing a great 

..party , - 1 \ . ■ , ;i . 

\ To host" a successful- childrens 
Halloween party, you need to plan 
decorations, games, and lots of 

■ | spooky creativity. 

Beyond .using simple creativity, 
you also can use the Internet. The 
Internet's full of Halloween party 

. . ideas ( that are both simple and cheap. 

* Ttiere^area multitude of different 
Halloween party themes for chil- 
dren. Some are old classics that have 

;been around for years, while others 

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(www.childparenting.about.com) sug- 
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i. party.kaboose.com; 

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: : ^www.rats2u.cbhyh 

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Spooky Halloween party 

About.com writer .Kathy Ross sug-' 
gested that people go back to the 
basics. Create a good old-fashioned 
haunted house that's "fun for older 
children, but not too much for the little 

ones." 

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How to create a haunted house 

" "Use decorations like fake cobwebs, 
candles, and ghostly music to create a 
spooky atmosphere. 

• "Hang pairs of free-floating eyeballs 
around the room to peer at your 

irgiiests'-' from fishing line to' create the 
illusion of ghostly eyes looking around 
'trie room.' i • ^ 

• Create Halloween-themed games. 
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plenty of games that are both child- 
friendly and easy to create.' 

v , Here aresome'games from 
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A plastic spider hangs from a fake web at 
^a*[^rayslake. store for Halloween. 

Cobwebs and spiders are two items to 
use when decorating a Halloween party, 

: .Witch Hat,"- where children "take turns.O 
trying to.toss the five [paper plate] 
rings over the point of the witch hat." 

Harry Potter Halloween party 

About.com writer Donna Pilato said 
that people can turn their parties into 
Hogwarts (the wizardry school in the . 
"Harry Potter" series) with multiple cues 
from the book and suggested that atten- 
dees dress up as characters. 

How to create Hogwarts 

• "[Buy] cauldrons and serve treats in 
them." 

• "Create a Sorting Hat centerpiece for 
your buffet table." 

• "Decorate your walls with lightning 
bolts and portraits of knights." 

Ghostly games 

VAtong with overall themes, there are 



; •How Many Pieces are in the Jar?: 

■ Fiil;a jar with candy and have guests 
write down how many candies they 
think are in the jar. Whoever has the 
best guess gets the jar of candy. 
. ; • How Many Words?: Sort of like 
: Halloween Party Boggle, older kids'will 
•try to find as many words as they can 

JACK-O-LANTERN in a set amount of 
time. For Sudoku and Scrabble fans, 
this game could even be fun for the 
grown-ups. 

• Eyeball Relay: Sharon Mehl, who 
writes for Kaboose 

(party.kaboose.com), discusses a game 
where all parents need is a few spoons 
and a ping-pong ball painted like an 
eyeball. To play, divide the children into 
teams, and give each team a spoon. 
The children try to carry the eye on the 
spoon to the end of the course and 
come back and relay to the next child, 
until everyone has had a turn. 

• Mummy Wrap: All you need Is a 
chair, an adult/authority figure and a 
few rolls of toilet paper. Just sit in the 
chair and let the kids wrap you like a 
mummy. 





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» Views , 

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riot, but he's definitely better than 
Rex Grossman, NorthWest News 
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By JEFFREY WESTHOFF 

sidetr3cks@nwncwsgroup.com 

. If the title "Music Within" suggests 
to you the biography or a deaf compos- 
er, you'd be half correct. 

Well, make that a quarter correct. 

Richard Pimental, played by "Office 
Space" star Ron Livingston, lost 50 per- 
cent of his hearing in mortar explosions 
in Vietnam. Pimental is not a musician, 
but an advocate for the disabled. 

Somebody made a movie about 
Pimental because he pushed Congress to 
pass the Americans With Disabilities 
Act in the early 1990s. 

When it comes to the qualifications 
for a biopic, getting legislation passed 
might not rank with being queen of 
England or assassinating Jesse James, 
but little-known people who change his- 
tory behind the scenes deserve big- 
screen recognition, too. 

The problem with "Music Within" is 
not its subject, but its approach. 
Directed by newcomer Steven Sawalich 
and written by Bret McKinney, Mark A. 
Olsen, and Kelly Kennemer, "Music 
Within" is a standard, lackluster biopic 
that would be more at home on an inspi- 
rational cable network if not for its R- 
rated dialogue. 

Pimental struggles first against his 
family circumstances - his mother 
(Rebecca DeMornay) is schizophrenic - 
and then against his handicap to 
become a successful public speaker and 
activist. Along the way, he becomes bit- 




"Music Within" 



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Michael Sheen (left), Melissa George, and 
Ron Livingston star in "Music Within." 

ter and self-absorbed, pushing away his 
longtime girlfriend, Christine (Melissa 
George). 

We watch Pimental become an angry 
drunk while his voiceover informs us, "I 
realized my heart wasn't driving me any 
more - my anger was." 

Redundant narration often is a symp- 
tom of an unimaginative biopic. The 
constant use of classic rock songs is 
another symptom, which "Music 
Within" compounds with a mysterious 
four-year musical lag. 



7V7V 

Genre: Comedy/drama 
Writers: Bret McKinney, Mark A. Olson and 
Kelly Kennemer 
Director: Sleven Sawalich 
More information: Rated R lor language, 
" Including sexual references, and some drug 
content; running time is 93 minutes 

Songs from the late 1960s play while 
the characters are in the early 1970s. A 
scene sot in 1978 is accompanied by 
America's 1974 hit "Tin Man." 

Livingston does a satisfactory job, 
but the only reason to take the trouble to 
sec "Music Within" in a theater is to 
watch Michael Sheen's startling per- 
formance as Pimental 's friend Art 
Honeyman, who Inns cerebral palsy. 

"Music Within" wants to be an inspi- 
rational and affirming film, but it is 
filled with too many cliches and bland 
visuals. Both Pimental and the audience 
would have been better served if his life 
was told as a Public Broadcasting 
Service documentary. That way, his 
story might indeed come across as inspi- 
rational, and we might feel more confi- 
dent that the events arc accurate. 

• Jeffrey Westhojf is a movie critic for 
the Northwest News Group. He can he 
reached by e-mail at sidetracks® 
ntvnewsgtvup.com. 




» Out&About 



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Gurnee - From I to 4 p.m. on 
Sunday, Oct. 28. For more informa- 
tion, call 847-599-7500. 

Wadsworth - From 1 to 5 p.m. on 
Sunday, October 28. For more 
information, call 847-336-7771. 

Waukegan - From 2 to 4 p.m. on 
Sunday, Oct. 28. For more informa- 
tion, call 847-360-4740. 

Lindenhurst - From 4 to 7 p.m.' 
on Wednesday, Oct. 31. For more 
information, call 847-356-8252. 

Lake Villa - From 5 to 8 p.m. on 
Wednesday, Oct. 31. For more 
information, call 847-356-6100. 

Anttoch - From 4 to 7 p.m. on 
Wednesday, Oct. 31. For more 
information, call 847-395-1000. 
. Round Lake Park - From 1 to 5 
p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 28. For more 
information, call. 847-546-2790. 

Round Lake Heights - 1 to 5 p.m. 
on Sunday, Oct. 28. For more Infor- 
mation, call 847-546-1206. 

Round Lake Beach - From 1 to 5 
p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 28. For more 
information, call 847-546-2351. 

Round Lake - From 1 to 5 p.m. on 
Sunday, Oct. 28. For more Informa- 
tion, call 847-54.6-5400, 



Hainesville • From 1 to 5 p.m. on 
Sunday, Oct. 28, For more informa- 
tion, call 847-223-2032. 

Grayslake - From 4 to 7 p.m. on 
Wednesday, Oct. 31. For more 
information, call 847-223-8515. 

Fox Lake - From 3 to 7 p.m. on 
Oct. 31. For more information, call 
847-587-2151. 

Wauconda - From 4 to 8 p.m. on 
Oct. 31. For more information, call 
847-526-9600. 



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Playtime, 403 Washington Blvd. 
Unit, 1 in Mundelein, will host a 
Halloween Howl from 11 a.m. to 3 
p.m. on Oct. 28. The event benefits 
local animal rescues such as Our 
House of Hope-K-9 rescue and The 
Aussie Rescue. For more informa- 
tion, call 847-970-7529. 



FOX LAKE • X-treme Hauntings 
Haunted House will be open 
Fridays and Saturdays through Oct 
31. The haunted house is at the 
corner of Sayton and Honing roads, at 847-587*3100. 
in Fox Lake. For more Information, 
call 847-702-7227. 



FOX LAKE -The Fox Lake Police 
Department will host its annual 
Halloween party from 3 to 7 p.m. 
on Oct. 31 at the station, 301 S. 
Route 59, in Fox Lake. For more 
information, call the police station 



ROUND LAKE BEACH - The Realm 
of Terror Haunted House is open 
through Oct. 31. Hours are 7 to 10 
p.m. Sunday through Thursday, and 
7 p.m. to midnight Friday and 
Saturday. The house fs at Kristof s 
Entertainment Center, at 421 W. 
Rollins Road, in Round Lake Beach. 
For more information, call 847-. 
546-2512, or visit 



NAVY PIER -Navy Fear at Navy 
Pier is now open. Navy Pier is at .. 
600 t E. Grand Ave., in Chicago. For 
more information, call 312-595- 
7437. 

* To submit an event for Out & 
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10 West Grand Avenue 
. Lake Villa, IL 
(847) 356-4400 
www.blackthorngriile.com 

Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11 a.m. 
-1 a.m.; Friday, 11 a.m.-2 a.m.; 
Saturday, 8 a.m.-2 a.m.; Sunday, 
8 a.m.-midnigtit. 

Reservations: Recommended. 

Entree Prices: Dinner, $10.95 • 
$23.95. 

Alcohol: Full-service bar. 

Smoking: Non-smoking. 

Credit Cards: MasterCard, Visa, 
American Express, Discover. 

Other: Live entertainment, ample 
parking, carry out, children's menu. 



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This Irish pub isn't content 
to just celebrate the Emerald 
Isle. Blackthorn Grille is a 
gourmet globetrotter, with an 
exceptional wine and drink 
menu, and an eclectic mix of 
entertainment. . 

Co-owner Fred Nielson 
said business has been boom- 
ing since the restaurant 
opened three months ago. 
Fred, a developer,, said^he's 
owned the restaurant proper- 
ty for 40 years, which he for- 
merly leased to Prime Time 
Saloon & Eatery. Fred and his 
partners, John Haley and Rob 
Hardman, have totally remod- 




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ing it into a welcoming bit of 
Ireland. 

The Blackthorn Grille is 
decorated with a whimsical 
mural of the Irish country- 
side, and a magical path of 
shamrocks, which rambles 
through the restaurant. Warm 
wood details, stained glass 
lighting, and Irish sayings 
etched in glass invite you to 
relax and unwind. 

The full bar offers ah 
extensive selection of fine 
wines? beers, and mixeti 
drinks. 

There are 22 televisions scat- 
tered throughout the restau- 
rant for sports fans. And, with 
a seating capacity of 200, the 
Blackthorn Grille can easily 
accommodate large parties, j 

Executive : Chef, Marc 
Vitello, has created a gourmet 
menu with an international 
flair. Dinner selections range 
from a traditional shepherd's 
pie to "Clare Island 
Tournedos of Salmon"; 2 pep- 
pered salmon filets— one 
.seared -with a brandy glaze, 
the. other with Pinot Nolr 
cream sauce. *- : 

Whether lunch or, dinner, 
Blackthorn Grille is sure to 
satisfy with a choice of beef, 
ribs, chops, seafood,' chicken, 
pasta, soups, salads, sand- 
wiches, burgers, pizza-r-even 
stir fry. The restaurant has 
also added breakfast on the 
. weekends. 1 - Breakfast selec- 
tions/include omelets, pan- 
cakes', and French toa6t-Kred 
r added that, pizza delivery was 
" going to be offered in 2 weeks, 
as well. 

,.The pub ; offers live enter- 
tainment almost every night 
of the week; including Irish 
music on Thursdays'. 
Weekends feature a variety of 
live acts, from bands playing 
classic rock to. . dueling 
pianos. / . \'. ■.:} 

Nielsen .also announced 
Blackthorn's .first, annual 
"Rocktoberfest" on Friday, 
October 26th and Saturday, 
October 27th. This 
Oktoberfest party will have 
Oktoberfest beers and a huge 
tent with band shell for, the 
outdoor festivities. Fired said 
that "Rocktoberfest'V.woidd 
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volleyball matches are in the heat of competition 
this weekend. PAGE 8B 



FOOTBALL: Wauconda jumps the postseason 
hurdle as the Bulldogs earn a playoff spot'for the 
first time since 1998. PAGE 8B 



KADUK: After Brian Griese's clutch performance 
against the Eagles, it looks like this quarterback will 
take the Bears offense to new heights. PAGE 9B 



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Patrick 



It's not time 
to change 

In this grand time of year, 
there are few things that can take 
the enjoyment away for me. 

With football, girls volleyball 
and boys soccer in playoff mode 
and basketball just around the 
corner, it takes a lotto bring me 
down. But am I the only one.who 
finds the new layout of the girls . , 
volleyball tournament a little dis-\ 
turbing? 

• This year, the IHSA made 
changes to the tournament lay- 
out. In years past, regionals were 
drawn-out over a few days'like; • 
most other sports. In 2007, it's a 
different game. 

' For regionals, the IHSA has 
the usual play-in game a few days 
before the main games begin. But. 
once the play-in game is over 
with, k's one big volleyball bomb 
to the end. Two semifinal games 
are played back-tO;jback with the 
regional championship as a book-, 
end. 

In the regional layout, the top 
seed plays the fourth seed in the 
first game, while the second and 
third seeds duke it put in .the Lmid- 
dle'gameVlmme'diafely after'ffie " 
second game is done, it's all or 
nothing for the championship. •; 

This is very similar to the lay- 
out of most round-robin tourna- 
ments that vblleyballers play all 
season long. But, it troubles me 
that whichever team wins the - . •' ( 
middle game must-immediatelv^ 
take onlMuljgWsya^^ . 
on. Or, typically, 'the "top seed in v 
the regional; and I don't like that. 

Warren coach Julie Filippo 
said she also is unhappy with the 
changes. While she isn't so wor- 
ried about upsets, she Is worried ._ 
about potential injuries to her 
players. 

"We're not used to playing like 
that in a regional. It's not a nor- 
mal tournament," Filipo said . 
"Maybe a lesser team would 
sneak though because they have 
betterj conditioning, but.the 
chance of' injury is higher." " 

But not everyone would agree, 
Wauconda coach Jonathan 
Grandt said that while it might ; , 
make. preparation a little more 
difficult for £heHeams;it'sri6'dif- < \ ' 
ferent than ah'average weekend 
volleyball, tournament. \tu ■,'/} (j[ 

"i^wouidn't say that it makes ..'", 1. 
too much of a difference," Graridt " 
said. "Almost every, team does 
five match, tournaments in one 
day, so it's not very unusual." 

Regardless of what it does for ' 
the'teairis; it does change the . . ! 
game.- Let's hope this will make 
for a'change'for the better, but for 

my money, Idon't think it willl^ -" • 

• 'nor\ -7» ■'* s ' f, vf'. .n 

* Daniel J. Patrick is the sports ?$ 
editor for the Lake County 

JournahWrite to him at 

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>> Boys Soccer IHSA Class AA Warren Regional: Lake Forest 1,. Warren 



Blue Devils bow out 



Warrens season ends in 
regional championship loss 

By DANIEL J. PATRICK 

dpa 1 1 i c k(5'n wn c wsgrou p.com 

GURNEE - "Even coaches make mistakes." 

Those were the words from Blue Devil coach 
Jim McNamara as he spoke to his team after the 
game. 

But even with his alleged mistake, the Blue 
Devils came oh-so-close to winning their own 
regional title against Lake Forest Oct.- 20. Lake ^ 
Forest upended Warren 1-0 in the IHSA Class AA 
Warren Regional en route to the Libertyville 
Sectional. 

The game's one and only score came in the 35th 
minute. Scout sophomore Harry Shipp scored on a 
penalty kick for the 1-0 lead. That would be all 
Lake Forest would need. 

. ..After the game, McNamara was quick to blame 
the hard loss on himself. McNamara's self-blame 
came from a decision to substitute many of the 
Warren infielders for younger players just before 
the fateful penalty was called. 

"I made'a mistake," McNamara said. "We were 
playing well, but I disrupted the flow by substitut- 
ing a lot of younger players In. You can't put that 
kind of pressure on the young guys, and expect 
them to just go in ... That's why we gave up the 
penalty." , . 

But Lake Forest's defense might have had some- 
thing to do with the loss as well. Scout goalie Chris 
Weber earned a shutout and racked up seven 
saves. Meanwhile, Blue Devil goalie Matt Multz 
gained six saves of his own and allowed just one 
save. But Warren also took fewer shots at Lake 
Forest's because of the Scout defense. 

"They [Lake Forest] possess the ball very well 




Candaco R Johnson • wjncws 5'nwncvragroiip,CQm 

Ruben Gaytan, of Warren, holds off Lake Forest defenders during the IHSA Class AA Warren Regional final. Lake 
Forest won 1-0 to advance to the IHSA Class AA Libertyville Sectional. 



and we just couldn't get our shots in," McNamara 
said. "This loss has nothing to do with the kids. 
They worked hard, but it was just an error on my 
part that cost us the game." 

One year removed from a state runner-up fin-" 
ish in 2006, such an early exit was difficult. For the 



seniors; the loss was especially difficult because of the postseason." 



the late-season push the Blue Devils made before 
the IHSA tournament. 

"I'm disappointed. I felt like we've really played 

.W6]iUtJfeS, e JllLQC -&£ s ??soji,"'_Warre_nse_nJ[prJyan 

Carranza"said. "WeVe" won the last four games 

before this and we thought we could carry it on in 




» Boys Soccer IHSA Class AA Carmel Regional: Carmel 5, Wauconda 







away 



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By DANIEL J. PATRICK 

dpatrlck@nwnewsgroup.com 



would say that three of our goals were 

some of the best ones we've had all year." 

Wauconda was fresh off of a blowout 



J .MUNDELEIN-By the.end of^th'e first' of its own after a 4:0 win^oyenAVaukegaii. 
'^ half *6tf Carmel Regional championship ■ But as thetables turned against Carmel, 
1 fgame,!»the .outcome , was pretty-, clear r Bulldog coach '[Terry! Stevig "praised the 
Carmel was going to .walk away with a Corsairs' offensive prowess.,^, 

championship. ;. They have a' nice' team, th'ey'rc.-quick 

At the break, the Corsairs had already - and they-have'a: good attack?'- Stevig said, 
^racked. up three goals.. In the second half, .^Th'eyjyerergiying.us fits.'' 
."they didn't "..let up with two 'more as . With the win over .Waukegan, -the 
Carmel cruised to a 50 IHSA 'Regional' Bulldogs i (11-6-4) were hoping for some- 
■ championship win against Wauconda. . thing atlbt'' better* than' the 5-0 result 
The, J win ' qualified . Carmel ,v for the [ Carmel gave them/; & 
Libertyville sectional. . jj-v' " "I was hoping for a strong contest. Now, 

j^f^Gprsair senior Edwin Lagunasshovved • it's not : a lot of furi," Stevig' said, 'if you 
3.hJS-p6fency..Early in the game, Lagunas . lose in a good^hard^clo'se game, it's differ- 
\h scored a.solo.shot and later fed teammate'jenttthatt; losing like this."- 
! Kurt Houghton for the 2-0 leadV Colin" But\vhat's' v m6st : impressive of, the 
"'CMalley finished off the first half scor- ■ Corsair team was 'the' age factor. Four bf 
• ihg off of. ah assist from John Zeffery. . . . Carmel's five goals came from the feet of 
: . In the.second half,the;Carmel offense seniors. HaUoranj was5Gsr#clally{foaj>i>y 
) 'dJ^^et v,up" HouglitonV followed "in* with 'the leadership 'from the* Class of 
Lagunas' footsteps with a solo goal in the - 2008. *. ",..,. "^ | 

10th jmnute. Finally, Art Sandoval scored^ J } "AH Alie' seniors played' 'well 'for us 
the fifth and final goal in the Corsair vie- today," Halloran said. "They scored most 



■■'■•:' ' Annie Christie -achri5tiD@fiwnewsgroLp,com tory. 

Carmel's Bobby Gas (left) fights Wauconda's Raul.Tapia forJhe ball, during . _ .:■ We really stepped up for this -on. 
IHSA Class AA Carmel Regional boys soccer championship game. Carmel coach John Halloran said. "I 



of our goals [and] they defended ' well, 
hat's-what-you- expect your~senior« -to 
give you in a big game like this." 



QuickHitters 




Heather Olson 



Heather/Olson'- Warren 

• ■ ■ .',.' ...■■,• ■ . 

Once again, Warren's Heather Olson has 
shown her dominance in the area cross 
country scene. This time, she can add a sec- 

} ; tibha) c Hampf bnship to" herj 1st of. accolades . 

.Olson won thythrW-miieWoodstTCklltoss 

.Country Regional course with [a time.bf:l8:40. 







Nick Lane - Grayslake North i 



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Nick Lane, 



Cross country.runner; Nick Lane helped 
propel Grayslake North to its first sectional In 
school history. Lane took second place in the 
Marengo Regional with aiime of45:27. Lane's 
individual accomplishment.tielped lead the^ 
Knights to a second-place finish:'* 



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GameOfTheWeek 




Grayslake Central Rams 



Wauconda Bulldogs 



What: Grayslake Central Volleyball Regional Semifinal 
■ Where: Grayslake Central High School -. . ^.'.^ 

When: 5:30 p.m. Saturday,:Pct. : 27 

There's nothlnglike arrall^or nothing-garner' "i. ■"" \ 
That's what faces iWaucq.nda^and Gpyslake^Central as they • 
fight for a spot to play m the.reg'W is ' 

less than an hoiTrafterlhis game. \ . . ' <-\ j- | \ ' ' 
' With IHSA volleyball tournament's layout, ybUWri'come for 
this game, and you'll getto see the championship game imme- 
diately after the conclusion of this one. 



The next 




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(left) and Matt 
Morrison, of || 

v McHenry, fight 
forthe ball J 
during the 
IHSA Class AA 
Libertyville ^ 
Sectional boys 
soccer semifi- 
nal. Carmel | 

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the next round 
after 2-0 win. 
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postseason 

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» Football: Wauconda 25, Vernon Hills 19 (OT) 

Wauconda continues to battle 



By DANIEL J. PATRICK 

tlpalrick@nwrtGwsgroijp.com 

VERNON HILLS - After 
years of waiting, it's finally 
time for a playoff celebration 
for Wauconda. After an over- 
time battle with North 
Suburban, Conference Prairie 
Division rival Vernon Hills, 
the Bulldogs are a playoff team 
for the first time since 1998. 

While Wauconda coach 
Glen Kozlowski has been wait- 
ing for his entire six year 
tenure, the players themselves 
have been waiting for their 
entire careers. 

"It's amazing. We've waited 
four years for this," running 
back senior Jamoy Carey said. 
"Most guys have been together 
since the eighth grade." 

Meanwhile, the 5-4 Vernon 
Hills team was able to squeak 
into the playoffs as a No. 16 
seed in the Class 6A bracket. 
But Vernon Hills coach Tony 




Up next 




Next: Class 5A 
playoffs No. 7 
Wauconda @ No. 8 
Belvidere 7:30 p.m. 
Oct. 26 



Annie Christie - achristl&?nwncwsgroup.eom 

Brad Wisnicwski pushes his way 
forward during the first half of a 
game against Vernon Hills. 

Monken still was disappointed 
with the loss. 

"It's hard to lose a game like 
that, especially when there's a 
playoff spot at stake," Vernon 



Hills coach Tony Monken said. 

Monken tried to slow 
Wisniewskl (41 rushes for 179 
yards and four touchdowns) 
with a gang-tackling nine-man 
front that slowed the work- 
horse back down. While he was 
his usual self with 129 yards in 
the first half, he was limited to 
51 yards in the'second. 

Now that the Bulldogs have 
finally climbed over the post- 
season wall, Kozlowski and 
crew hope that Wauconda still 
have more football to play. 

• Lake County Journals 
reporter Steve Peterson con- 
tributed to this story. 



»UpcomingGames 
Friday, Oct. 26 

IHS A Football Playoffs 
5A Playoff - Wauconda at 
Belvidere, 7:30 p.m. 
7A Playoff - Crystal Lake South 
at Carmel, 7 p.m. 

Saturday, Oct. 27 

IHSA Football Playoffs 

6A Playoff - Simeon at Grant, 7 

p.m. 

8A Playoff - Warren at Loyola, 1 

p.m. 

IHSA Volleyball Playoffs 

Grayslake Centra! 3A Regional 
Marian Central Catholic vs. 
North Chicago/Regina, 4 p.m. 
Wauconda vs. Grayslake Central, 
5:30 p.m. 

Grayslake Central Regional 
Championship, 7 p.m. 

Grayslake North 3A Regional 

Vernon Hills vs. Fenton, 4 p.m. 

Harvard vs. Grayslake North, 

5:30 p.m. 

Grayslake North Regional 

Championship, 7 p.m. 

j 

Johnsburg '3 A Regional 

Antioch vs. Belvidere 

North/Richmond-Burton, 4 p.m. 

Johnsburg vs. Rockford 

Lutheran, 5 p.m. 

Johnsburg Regional 

Championship, 7 p.m. ' 

Mundelein 4A Regional 
Libertyville vs. Round 
Lake/Palatine, 4 p.m. 
Carmel vs. Mundelein, 5 p.m. 
Mundelein Regional 
Championship, 6:15 p.m. 

Prairie Ridge 4A Regional ; 

Woodstock vs. Grant, 5 p.m. 

Prairie Ridge vs. McHenry, 6 

p.m. 

Prairie Ridge Regional 

Championship, 7 p.m. 

Monday, Oct. 29 

IHSA Boys Soccer Playoffs 

Benedictine University 2A Super 
Sectional, 7 p.m, 

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Bears quarterback switch affirmed 



PHILADELPHIA - 
Considering Ron Turner's 
audio instructions weren't 
being received in Brian 
Griese's helmet during the - 
Dears' game-winning drive 
against the Eagles Oct. 21, it 
seems like its time Tor every- 
one to smirk and make the 
obvious suggestion. 

Forget that oiTensive coor- 
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Let that quarterback con- 
tinue calling a majority of his 
own plays on the field. 

After all, do you see what 
can happen? 

OF course, Griese acknowl- 
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summoned many of the same 
plays that Turner would have 
signaled during a drive that 
started on the Bears' own 3- 
yard line and ended 97 yards 
and 103 seconds later with 
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Griese hasn't allowed any 
room for the critics to second- 
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ent warns residents 




The Lake County Health 
Department/Community 
Health Center Is advising resi- 
dents not to consume certain 
ConAgra Foods frozen pot pie 
products. The cdmpany has 
voluntarily recalled' all vari- 
eties of pot pies, including 
turkey, chicken and beef, 
because they may be linked to 
an outbreak of salmonellosis. 
Health Department sanitari- 
ans are contacting grocery 
stores in Lake County to 
ensure the recalled product 
has been removed from 
shelves. However, thus far 
there have been no illnesses 
reported in Lake County 

Recalled products include 
all .varieties in 7 oz. single 
serving packages bearing an 
establishment number "P-9" 
or "Est. 1059" printed on the 
side of the package. The fol- 
lowing brands are subject to 
this recall: 

Banquet 
Albertson's 

Food Lion 
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These frozen pot pie prod- 
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establishments throughout 
the United States, Puerto Rico 
and the Caribbean Islands, 
Based on product shelf life, 
these products could still be in 
consumers' freezers and it is 
Important that consumers 
look for and return or discard 
and do not eat these products 
if they find them. 

The Centers for Disease 
Control, State public health 
departments and U.S. 
Department of Agriculture's 
Food Safety and Inspection 
Service continue investiga- 
tion Into the multi-state Ill- 
ness outbreak. \ 

Consumption of food con- 
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can cause salmonellosis, one 
of the most common bacteri- 
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Salmonella Infections can be 
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those with weak immune sys- 
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be above and beyond the $50,000 Carpet One i 
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announce that since 2004, Carpet One Floor & 
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customers and communities. We look forward 
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bond. (often required by home 
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recourse against delinquent 
payee clients was to hire a col- 
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claims). 

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cent of the project's expected 



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lljrra checking account tin Pruno -1 % prong a xfiWc on oh) 1 canmlments'ol S 1 00 000 or man meettig Ue abend (equiemeitts H you do not luve a pttsonal Ham) checijng 
sccourt. Die APfl wrie3 bctwen 7.00% and I2.S0% Tne nuumurn APR is 18% A 150 annual lee afphrjj after Bis lust rear. II you choote to make minimum mommy Interest 
pJrTrmiis, you will not repay the principal oulitindlntj on your account. You vul be renuired lo pay the entire outdancing balance h a inqta payment wtien the t 0-ywr draw penod 
ends Rates and eta; ng costs ire subject to oedt qua! I caiera Ctentj costs pad by Harris are iinniwJ to aopraaaJ, itod ddomlnauon. title instance and rrjcordnrj tees. Costs to Misty 
certan pnor kens piay tn assessed. Property Insurance is reamed, Itood tnsurance rnay be requnrj Consult your ia< ad-.rsor about the deducUttty ot bluest Property ram be an 
omef'OCCupied 1 A lannry residence in I. the H comics ol Lake. Porter, LaPtrte, Ikviion. end Jasper or the Ml counlcs o( Waiworti, Racne. Kenoslia. Uii/iaukec, and RocV and b subject 
to no less than a second ten position on your property and is jutted to our unrfcrwritnrj siindaim Hi s oiler does not apply to any trareacton used la puttase a l -4 tamiiy residence. 
■ "It the Tncd Rata Loch Option ts selected, there is a 150 lee FINANCE CHARGE each time you eierose this corricrs«n optov The mlrtlmuffl iKk amount h 15,000. The APR lor 
each Rate Lock Nature will be • Dud rate equal to 16%. Wa may al our sol* rJiscritlon provtda a Rate Lock Feature at a discounted APH that Is lower than ^^*t 
the rale staled above, A recent APR thai we used lor the Fined Rate Feature Is 7.24% and the APfl does nol Include costs other than bileresL Thrs otter Is fsj ] 
non'uansferaLte. cannot be corrtrwl n«h any other otier. and can bo wthdr awn ol any lime witJicul notlca. Subject in a eat appJorJ. wtitrii incbdos wrfolcn ol ariptcaliori JSTSS . 
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. w.Corian Counters, Oak Cabinets. BitdiSar, Huge Eating Area w/lots Ol Windcr.-is wWooded few, 
Al Opening To Fam Jim. w/1 01 3 Rrepts. Huge Master wfray CelrijliKuiy Bdm 2nd FlrDen & 



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PAINTED LAKES END UNIT 

Open Floor. Plan w/Lge. Yard /Patio w/Lols Of Privacy, 2 

BDRM, 1 1/2 BTHS. Newer Wood Lam. Floors & Carpet. Large 

Living Rnt Sep. Dining Area. Kitchen w/Appl's. Maintenance 

Free. Steps To Forest Preserve & Parks. Att. 2 Car Garage. 



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NEW'NEW'rjEW Rod. Plumbing. Electric, Heat, MS -Seplic all Within 5 

Years. Living Rm, Updated Eal-ln Kitchen Opens to Family fim. Master 

Bedroom w/flreplace & walk-In closet. 2nd Bedroom. Updated BTH. 

Laundry Rm.Own a Piece ol the Country. Could have 3 Bdrms. 



LAKE VILLA 



$198,000 




BACKS TO WOODED AREA 

New Carpet, Paint , 3 Bedrms., 2 1/2 Baths. 2 Sty.Townhome. Patio Oilers 

Great Privacy, Step's To Forest Preserve w/Walking Traits. Living Rm., 

Dining Rm. Kitchen w/AII Appl's. & Breakfast Bar. Master Suite w/Lge. 

Walk-In Closet 2nd Floor Laundry. Alt- 2 Car Garage.' Sidewalks. - 



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$214,900 




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Ueulral Oecor. Lw.rm. ( Lge. Eat-|n Kitchen w/Oak Cabs. Gaiden Window, Pergo Firs. 
Fenced Yard & Patio. 3 Bdrms. t 2 Baths. Family Rm. Leads To Large UtiJiiy/Mud . 
Room wrWasrwr/Dryer -Exterior Access! Lge* 2 1/2 Car Garage. .'■■, 



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Krtch.w/BreaMast Bar, Oak Cabs. Pantry Closet, Appl's Inct. Huge fam. fim. 3 

Bedrms.. Master w/Entrance To fithrm. Fenced Yard, Walk To Forest/Beach 



SOLID BRICK RANCH W/BASEMENT 

Great Room Sizes. Uv. Rm. w/Slone Fptc Jin. Rm., Eat-In Kitchen w/New 

Appl's. 3 Bdrms. 2 1/2 Baths. Master w/Balhrrn., 2 Closets (Sliding Door To 

Brick Patio. Basement w/2nd Fptc, 2+ Car Garage. Quiet Dead End Sheet Offers 

Great P/ivacy On 3 tots. Close lo Transportation. Lake Rights. 



' 2200+ SQ.FT OF LIVING SPACE 

Beveled Glass Door Entry, Oak Railings, Great Rm Sizes., Vaulted Ceilings, 

3 Bedrms., 2 Bllis., Uv. Rm. w/Bay Window. Dining Rm., Kitchen w/AII: 

Appl's. Lge. Fam. Rm., Rec Rm. & Den! Custom Trim Work&Wftrte Panel 

Doors; Attached 2 Car Garage w/lnterior Access, Fenced Yard: 



NATURE AT YOUR BACK DOOR! 

• Quiet Cut Oe Sac Location Backing To Nature Area/Park. Lge. Rm. Sizes. 

■ Hardwood Poors, Uv. Rm., Din! Aiea Opens To Kitchen w/AII Appl's Included 

Has Sliding Door Leading To 2 Level Deck. Fam. Rm. w/Dpor Leading To Ug, 

Back Yard & Deck. 4 Bedrms*2 Bths, 2t Car Garage. Steps lo Parks/Preserves. 



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$289,900 




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Maintenance Free Exterior Home Oi) Quiet Slreel. Mm Roof, Furnace' & Maple 

Rrs. Uv. flm., Sep. Dili, flm.; Kitchen Shows Bright & Cheery. Generous Rm, • 

Sizes. 1st Fir. Family. Rm. Master w/Walk-ln Cfoset Updated Balhrms., Full 

' BasemL Great Yard Offers Privacy: 2 1/2 Car Garage. Parks/Forest Close By.. • 



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$300,00 




OLD CHARM W/TODAYS UPDATES & BOAT SLIP 

Great Restoration w/Thls Big Charmer On 1/2 Acre w/Boat Slip In'cl, On Chain. Sub. 
Owned Lakefronl Prop, on Pistakoe Lake. Uv! Rm. w/Slwie Rreplc, Dinfini. w/VYood 
Rrs. Leading To Eat-In Remod. Kindt w/Pine Cabs. 1st Br. Fam. Rm. 4 Bdrms. 2 1/2 : 
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Yard. Ait. Insulated 2 Car Garage. Steps To Lakes, Parks & Forest, 



2600 SQ. FT. 2 STORY ONLY $275,000 

, Front Porch: Hardwood Firs. Lge. Formal Irving flm., Sep. Formal Dining Rm.: 

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Master Suite w/2 Closets (Walk-In, iOouble Mirrored) & Master Bath, large 

Back Yard w/Patio SSlted, Full Basement Sidewalks Leads To Parks/Town. 




BOAT SUP INCLUDED ON CHAIN LAKES 

' 2 Sty. w/Deeded Boat Slip To Chain! Sub, Owned Waterfrt! Prop. Resort Living ; 

Al Homel Uv. Rm:.'Sep. Din! Rm: Lge. Cat;ln Klch.' w/AII Appl's/Hdwd. Rrs. . 

. Continue To Open Fam. Rm. j Bedrms.- ! 1 1/2 Baths.Huge Master Suite . 

w/lMury Bath., English BsmLJs Orywalled. Fenced Yard. Multi-Deck. Hot Tub. 



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- ; - Builder's Model 2 Story On 1/3 Acre'w/Sidewalks. Immaculaidols 01 Upgrades: 
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-.'.Eat-in Kitchen Ops To Fam,Rm (Fplc). Master Suitew/Batli. Fenced Yard ,,. 

w/Gazeba &Hot tub. Full Fin. BasemL w/Rec. Rm. (Fptc.) & Den. Inground Sprinkler, 





OVER 1 ACRE CUSTOM BUILT BEAUTY 

Beauty' iOuarrty Together Make This Home A Musi See! Mood Firs., Oak Railings 46 Panel 
OooiS- Frxma] Uvifig- flm. Sep. Dining Rra. Large Eal-ln Ktchen w^Tanliry Opens To Family Rm. ■ 
ViTirtpk:. Saeened Porch Qfl fStchen leads To Deck 4 Heated Pool I Bdrms. 2 lrtCI Eaths,'--' 
Mastet'Suite. FuD Basemen] w/Rec , CufOfSac Lfxatkxilakes LHDgh School ' ■ > " 



3500+ SQ.FT. OF QUALITY LIVING - MANY UPGRADES! 

01 Quality living. Formal'Llv. Rm. w/ArchedErrlry Inlo Large Oin. Rm.: Gourmet Wtcti. 

' vYitatite, Maple Cass,, Hdwd. firs! 4Balfet Size Island Opens To 29x1 5 ftriy Rm! 1st Rt. 
Den. Master Suite Offers An Arched Entry In to plfyate Sitting Area, luxury Bath.2 Lge!' : * 
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1/2 Price bottles of wine w/dinner 
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Perch, Walleye, Pike 
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Bagels, danishes, muffins, soup, salad, bread, foccacia, 

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scrambled eggs, american fries, eggs benedict, french toast, 

biscuits sausage & gravy, garlic mashed,' vegetables, pasta, 

chicken, fish, bbq rib$ f carving station, waffle <& omelet. 

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Great Rooms wins two awards 



LIDERTYVILLE - Great , 
Rooms Designers & Builders, 
Inc., \ a . Libertyville-based 
remodeling and custom home 
design-build company has been 
named a silver award winner 
in two categories of the Home 
Builders Association of 
Greater Chicago's (HBAGC) 
2007 Key Awards. According 
to the HBAGC, the Key Awards, 
announced tills month, recog- 
nize excellence in housing 
design, architecture. Interior 
merchandising, landscaping, 
landscape architecture and 
remodeling. 

"It Is truly an honor to be 
recognized by such a revered 
organization. We treat every 
project as a potential award- 
winner so we were thrilled to 



win in both the categories we 
entered tills year," said Craig 
Wolski, president, Great Rooms 
Designers & Builders, Inc. 

One category entered 
included an entire home reno- 
vation with a budget of $250,000 
— $500,000. The home that 
Great Rooms renovated is locat- 
ed on Farm Road in Lake 
Forest. Rattier than tear down 
and rebuild, the owner chose to 
bring a completely new feel to 
an older home by creating a 
more open floor plan for a 
growing family. The project 
scope included a new family 
room and kitchen, new deeper 
basement under an addition, 
new master bath and enhanced 
master bedroom, new exterior 
facelift with front porch and all 



new windows, mechanicals, 
and exterior siding and roof. 
The result - a complete home 
maker-over that is commensu- 
rate with any new custom 
home built today 

The second winning project 
included a kitchen renovation 
in an older tri-level home on 
Sheffield In Glenview. Great 
Rooms created a dramatic and 
elegant atmosphere by vaulting 
the celling, adding new appli- 
ances and cabinet and opening 
an interior wall to join the 
breakfast room and the 
kitchen. Outdated and uneven, 
the floor of the kitchen and two 
adjacent rooms were replaced. 
The budget could not exceed 
$75,000. The project was com- 
pleted in just 45 days. 



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serious , 
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lungs. It can make 
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or longer with 
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Protect your 
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Get your flu 
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Time: 1:30 PM to 4:00 PM 
Place: Lake Front Park - 

71 Nippersink Blvd, Fox Lake 
For: ■ Adults and children ; 

6 months of age and older ,. 
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, Village of Fox Lake Parks & Recreation 

Presents 

Classes in the Art of Rubber-Stamping 

Have you ever thought of creating your very own holiday cards? Do you love to present your 

store bought or home baked goodies in creative packages? Are you looking for a creative way to 

package a gift certificate? Would you Just like to try a new hobby? 

Join us for an eight-week program to learn the art of rubber-stamping. Using stamps r ink, paper, 
and embellishments you will learn the basics. You will also learn some advanced techniques. ' 

Try your hand at water coloring, embossing, and more! 
.• You will complete a variety of projects including cards, journals, and gift packaging. 
Day: Mondays 
Time: 7:00- 8:30 pm 
Dates: October 8 - December 3 
• (No class on October 29) 
Location: Village of Fox Lake Community. Center 
(formerly The Lions Club) 
23 South, Street in Fox Lake 
. . Ages: Adults 
Fee:7 per class (includes supplies,' pay at.door) 
, . ' "" JnstructonJulla Mazur, 
ndependen't Stampin'JJpl ® Demonstrator 
Class Max: 12 
Pre-registration is required. For more information please contact the 
Village of Fox Lake Parks & Recreation at 847-587-2151 



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1: All Occasion Gards 

2: Halloween Tricks & Treats 

3: Monogram Class 

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5: Holiday Cards ■ 

6: Winter Bright 

7: Gifts for Giving '■' 

8: Scrapbook Memories 




CALLINGALL WITCHES, GHOULS AND GOBLINS 

Spend Halloween at the 

fox Lake Police Department 

301 S. Route 59 

Wednesday, October 31, 2007 

3:00p.rn,- 7:00' p.m. 

We will be serving Hot Dogs, Chips and Beverages. 

Come'' arid visit the inside of the Police Dept. 

Sit Inside of a Police Car - Prisoner Vehicle 

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■LIBERTYVILLE- The holi- 
day season is busy, and the 
hustle and bustle can leave 
you feeling buggy. But- an! 
ounce of preventative muscle 
stretching will leave yoiLvery 
merry indeed. Join us on ■ 
Thursday, November 15, from 
6:30.to 7:30 p.m. for a free infor- 
mational . session on the 
importance of relaxation dur- 
ing the holidays; The event 
will be held in the Adult Day • 
Room at .Condell Medical 
Center's Day" Center for 
Intergenerational care, locat- 
ed at 700 • Garfield Ave., 
Libertyville, on the hospital's 
main campus. 
';.' Occupational Therapist'.' 



Elaine Kempers, OT, MS, and 
Physical ' Therapist Allie 
Solomon, : ,PT, MHS, will d 
iscuss and demonstrate pre-, 
ventatiye!; stretching tech- 
niques; principles of good 
body mechanics; and other 
relaxation techniques that 
promise ^o, leave you hum- 
ming from turkey day to New 
Year's day.;. 

To register, call (847) 990- 
■SGOO-.or v.register online'* at 
www.condell.org/communi- 
tyed. 

Learn more about relieving 
stress during the holidays at 
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• Gingerbread House Contest 
November 23 ~ thru the Holidays 

• Meat Raffle at Jimmy V's Sport Bar & Grill 
Sunday, December 2 ~ 3 to 6 pm 

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Saturday December 8 ~ 3 to 7 pm 

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Emergency ,,.91 V 

Fox Like Village Hall... 847-587-2151 

i Grant Community High School 

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Big Hollow District 38,.,..„847-587 r 2632 ' 
Lotus Elementary School....847-973-41 00 

Stanton School....... L.847-973-4200 

Fox Lake Campfire Boys & 

GirlsHinneaPioro. < ...,....847-587-6169 
Fox Lake Lions.Glub (Mary Gerasc'o) , 

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Fox-Lake Lions Cliib (Dee Clausen) 

.,........! 847-973-9033 

Fox Lake-Round Lake Area Rotary Club 

(Mary Fran Nordstrom) ...847-587-23 1 5 
Fox Lake Veterans of Foreign Wars 
Memorial Post 9655 (Dick Heard) 

..; .847-587-5602: 

Fox Lake American Legion Post 703 

...i...........847-587-2323 : 

Hox Lake District Library ..:.847-587-oi98 ; 
•Fox' Lake Post Office. ..;...... 847-587-0243 

Ingleside Post Office. ........ .847-587-781 2 

Chain O' Lakes ArtWorks 

Children's Museum ....... ..847-587 r 7882 

Fox Wa lerway Agency. . .... .847-5 87:8540 

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Elected officials 

Mayor Cihdy.lrwin, 2005-2009 

Village Clerk Samahtha Weeks, 2005-2007 

Trustee Nancy. Koike, 2007-201 1 

- Trustee Ed Bender, 2005-2009 

Trustee jack Klesgeh, 2007-201 1 

Trustee Greg Murrey, 2007-201 1 

Trustee Carol Ulas'y, 2005-2009 ; 

Trustee Noel Working 2005-2009 

Appointed officials 

Carol Ward, deputy clerk 
Paul ; Christensen, village treasurer 
Bill Hart, buildingcommissibner 
- Ron Hoehne, public works superintendent 
Mike Behan, police chief''; 
Ron Hoehne, fire chief 
Karen Jakstas, community liaison 
Ed Lescher, ESDA coordinator '":} 
; Soffjetti, Johnson, Teegen, Phillips & Morizon, Ltd., 
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The 91 1 Board meetings are.held at 3 p.m. on the j 
firsl'Monday of March, June, September; December at j 
Fox Lake Village Hall: Appointments are annual, 
■Current members are: Behan,' Hoehne,' Mark Sch I inder,? 
Larry VahHodrlebeke, Joe Gl jniewicz. 

Building and Zoning Committee 

The. Building and Zpnin'g>Comhiittee meetings are ; 
held at the viljage Hal! on the second Tuesday of each 
month, foitbwing the planning'cornrnittee meeting. - 
Members of the committee are:;Trus!ees..Working 
({chairman); Murrey and Ulasy. 



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What a great year we have had cele- 
brating our 100th Birthday. All of our 
events were well attended and enjoyed 
by the community. We still have one 
big event left that we would appreci- 
ate your assistance. We are burying 
our new time capsule and need the cit- 
izens to bring items into the Village 
Hall to be placed into the time capsule. 
If you need a little help as to what can 
be put into the capsule, call the Village 
at (847) 587-2151. 

We have added Jim Rogers, Director 
of Planning and Development to our 
staff. If you own a business and need 
some assistance or advice, please con- 
tact him at the Lakefront Building at 
. 847-587-2242. He is always available 
; to help our businesses any way he can. 

I am in the Mayors office 9:00 a.m. to 
- 11:00 a.m. Monday thru Friday but will 
schedule an appointment at other 
times.if needed. I have prided myself 
on an open door policy, as have the . 
Trustees. Please feel free to come-in - 
e-mail - or call. It is a pleasure to have 
served as your Mayor for. the last two 
years and I am looking forward to the 
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Fox Lake cooperation lauded in flood control efforts 



By STEVE PETERSON 

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FOX LAKETox Lake vil- 
lage officials could take a col- 
lective sigh of relief and re- 
ceived a pat-on-the-back for a 
job well done in handling flood 
water at the end or August. 

Fox Lake Emergency 
Services Disaster Agency di- 
rector Ed Lescher and Street 
Department Supervisor Dan 
Miller wore thanked for their 
tireless efforts. Also, various 
groups, from Grant High stu- 
dents to Fire Department and 
Police Department youth 
Explorers and a church group 
from Gurnee and residents for 
their sandbagging efforts. 
About 15,000 sandbags were 
distributed. 

"We had so many volun- 
teers; we were blessed," Fox 
Lake President Cindy Irwin 
said. 

"Staying ahead of the 
game," Lescher said of the key 
to the efforts. About 100 homes 
or properties were impacted 
by the floodwater, Aug. 18-28. 
Lescher said that through Red 
Cross, there will be clean-up 
kits available. 



Cooperation was lauded, 
from the GranL Township 
loader to a donated forklift. 
Fire Department Explorers 
built sandbag walls around 
homes of the elderly who could 
not do it for themselves. 

A slide show of various 
flooded areas was shown at the 
Aug. 28 village board meeting. 
Also, Gov. Rod Blagojevich 
came to Fox Lake Aug, 24 and 
announced that Lake and 
Mcl-Ionry counties were de- 
clared state disaster areas. 

Lake County Administrator 
Barry Burton gave a report on 
the flooding from the county's 
perspective to Fox Lake 
Chamber of Commerce and 
Industry members as the wa- 
ters receded. 

"Lake County ordered 
300,000 sandbags, in addition to 
what the townships have done 
and what the villages have 
done," he said. "We have is- 
sued about 180,000 sandbags 
through the county. The 
county has also been issuing 
bottled water to those residents 
with well contamination. If 
they have wells, they could go 
to the three Lake County 
Health Department sites, one 




Annie Christie • achrislic@nwncwsgroup.com 

Mr.Wieczorek wades across flooded Park Avenue in Fox Lake. Other roads experienced flooding after 
August storms. Fox Lake's Street Department bagged 15,000 sandbags. 



on Grand Avenue, one in Lake 
Villa and Wauconda, and give 
a free bottle and have it tested 
for free to make sure it is no 

Various readings were 
given: Channel Lake 7.09 feet 



above the stage considered, 
4,95 at the Channel Lake is nor- 
mal, to 7.05 today, Fox Lake 
and Lake Villa was at S.95, it 
.went to 6.8, my pier is this 
much under water, and we 



have 1.5 feet of water in the 
Blarney Island bar room. 

Grant Township 

Supervisor Kay Starostovic 
praised the coordinated effort 
for flood relief. 



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2007-2008 

This guide is brought to you through the efforts of Lake County Journals, the Village of Fox Lake, the 
Pox Lake Area Chamber of Commerce & Industry and the many fine businesses who care enough about 
their village lo support this guide. We urge you to support them - (hey appreciate your business. 

Fox Lake is one of the ever growing and changing villages in the Chain O' Lakes area. The once re- 
sort area is now a stable year-round community. Changes to the community continue to occur with 
some old businesses leaving, new businesses coming in. As they say change makes the world go round 
and Fox Lake is changing wilh more surprises to come. 

This special.section presents a look at who is "making it happen" in Ihe area and what makes Fox 
Lake such a fantastic communfly. 

We welcome and would appreciate any comments you may have. Please call 847-231-7520. 



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Grant Township Information 

Important phone numbers 



Police, fire,- rescue 

emergency 9-1-1 

Township Office 
847-740-2233 

Highway Department 

847-546-7623 



Assessoro Office 

.847-5^-8880 

Web site: 

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Township Office 



26725 Molidor Road 

Ingleside.lL 60041 

847- 740-2233 

fax:847-40-2255 

e-mail: GrantTownship® 

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Web site: 

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Center.org 

Supervisor 

Catherine' "Kay" 
Starostovic 



Clerk 

Nancy Nystrom . 

Highway Commissioner 

KimKiesgen 

Assessor 
Walter Kubalaiiza 

Trustees 

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RobertSelle 

William Brumbach 

Richard Stueber 



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You are In an. area that is blessed with the quali- 
ties you will find in no other place with a small town 
atmosphere and many opportunities to enrich all 

walks of life. 

With the teamwork and dedication of the Grant 
Township Board, we continue to provide many dif- 
ferent types of services for the needs of all people, 
and even people passing through. 

• Direction and guidance for general 
assistance/emergency assistance 

• Prescription discount cards 

•Food pantry available five days a week 

• Handicap plaques 
•Vehicle stickers 

• Illinois Secretary of State "Rules of the Road" 

• PACE, taxi discount, RTA and Metra passes for 
seniors ; 

• Passport services 

• Adopt-a-fumily 
•Christmas food baskets 

• Plant-a-row center ' 

• Farmers' market 
•Anytime/anywhere.9-1-1 cell phone program 

• Meeting room for Grant Township residents ' 
•Voter registration 

•Absentee voting 

• Notary services 

• Recreation in the Grant Township Center park 

• Baseball, football, soccer fields, volleyball court 
and walking trails 

• Tot Jot and picnic shelters 

• Mosquito abatement larvae control 

• Grant Township newsletter '..; . 

• Web page: www.granttownshipcenter.org 

• E-mail address: granttownship@sbcglobal.net 

• Bus service for seniors and di sabled 

• Life Cards 

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Clerk Nancy Nystrpm and Trustees Robert Hamm, 
Bob Selle, Bill Bnimbach and Richard Stueber wel- 
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On starting my sixth year as supervisor, I still find every day to have something 
special to offer, as many new things are happening at Grant Township Center. 
Following was one of the achievements of the Grant Township Board. 

Grant Township Mission Statement: To provide quality services with in- 
novative and responsible use of resources for an evolving Grant 
Township community. 

tt has been a driving force for Grant Township to put a Strategic Plan in place 
and this was accomplished in February 2007 with the support of the 
University of Illinois Extension where four top goals were developed: 

1. Lead for better collaboration between municipalities, communities, agen- 
cies and interested groups. 

2. Increase local resident involvement. 

3. Maintain and expand successful programs for the betterment of the com- 
munity. 

4. Create senior, youth and family services. 



In organizations, whether a local government, a business, or a civic club, effective planning is 
more complex because it requires that we bring all our individual perceptions along with experi- 
ences and visions to the process. 

The strategic plan will help our present official and future boards to stay on track in identifying 
the needs of our community. 

Grant Township is able to accomplish many different services through monetary donations and 
volunteers giving of their time to provide services for people of all ages. I extend a big thanks to 
allwho have contributed time and effort to provide such great accomplishments. 

The Grant Township Senior Committee has been diligently working on service to offer senior cit- 
izens. For example, the committee has been working on presenting seminars and activities. 

The most exciting thing is seeing the hundreds of children that are involved in the athletic pro- 
grams, playing at the "Field of Dreams." The volunteer effort is what makes these programs great. 

Watch for our next newsletter, as it will have some of the new services and programs that will 
be available soon. 

The Grant Township officials and staff thank you for your continued support. Visit our office at 
26725 W. Molidor R&, Ingleside, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. We are here to serve 
you, so come see what we have accomplished and for additional information, call (847) 740-2233. 



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LAKE COUNTY JOURNALS 

Soccer, football and cheer- 
leading hold court this time of 
year at Grant Township's 
Field of Dreams. 

Seeing the fields used to 
their capacities for practices 
during the week is one of the 
rewarding aspects of the job 
for Grant Township 
Supervisor Kay Starostovic. 

"We're looking for some 
more land, to be secured in the 
future, but we would not do 
anything without voter ap- 
proval," Starostovic said. "It is 
great to see the fields used to 
.their capacity. It is over- 
whelming for football." 

Winter does not mean that 
the field use goes away, as the 
township property off Molidor 
Road may be used for snowmo- 
bile trails of Mother Nature al- 
lows. 

Future needs include a 
planned for storage building 



and a sewer connection to area 
Lakes Region Sanitary 
District's system. 

The supervisor is proud of 
the many programs, from the 
Adopt-a-Family and 

Christmas baskets, to food 
drives and the summer town- 
ship picnic. The township also 
sponsors the Miss Grant 
Township pageants. "The 
queens have been great at 
going to events," Starostovic 
said. 

The township picnic, de- 
spite the heat, was a financial 
success. It included a craft fair 
and 5K run. Those events may 
be split up to different days in 
the future. December marks 
five years since she was ap- 
pointed supervisor following 
the death of Gordon Kiesgen. 
She had served as township 
clerk. 

Township offices are at 
26725 W. Molidor Road, 
Ingleside. 



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Laela Mantick, 4, walks about an area looking for eggs during the 
Annual Fox Lake Eggciting Hunt at Lakefront Park on March 31. 

Winners of the Miss Grant 
Township Pageant announced 

LAKECOUHTY JOURNALS Junior Miss, queen 

Katherine Reyes, runner-up, 

The 2007-08 Miss Grant Brittany Lippert 

Township Pageant winners Little Miss, queen Nicole 

are: DePasquale and runner-up, 

Miss Grant Township, Madeline Quinn 

queen Brittani Schisler, run- Pageants were held at Big 

ner-up, Ariana Duax Hollow Middle School. 



Supervisor - Catherine "Kay" Starostovic 

Clerk - Nancy L. Nystrom 

Highway. Commissioner - Kim Kiesgen 

Assessor -Walt Kubalanza. 

Trustees - Robert P. Hamm • Robert Selle 

William Brumbach • Richard Stueber 



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LAKE COUNTY JOURNALS 

Grant Community High 
School Board of Education is 
asking the community to sup- 
port a school expansion plan. 

A referendum will be on the 
ballot on Feb. 5 to issue $28.5 
million in bonds to expand the 
facility. If approved, the tax 
rate will remain the same, 
2.053. 

"The volunteer steering 
committee has met and people 
are coming forward," said 
Paul Jakstas, co-chairman of 
Grant Citizens Helping 
Students. "This is part of a 
long range plan for the dis- 
trict, which has watched the 
student enrollment growth 
and looked at it to see if it 
made sense. We have gone to 
subdivision meetings." 

The high school's current 
enrollment is 1,745 students. It 
could grow to 2,300 students by 
the year 2014. Recent building 
additions were approved in 
2000 by referendum, from 931 
to 1,650 students, then in 2005 
by impact fees, from 1,659 to 
1,750 students. Projections 
show the campus at capacity 
in 2009-10. 

The tax rate would decrease 
if the bonds are not approved, 
but the decline would be for 
one year. Meanwhile, the stu- 
dents would keep coming and 
construction costs would in- 
crease, officials said. 

The plan calls for a school 
that would accommodate 2,300 
students. There would be 
111,400 additional square feet 
of additional space, with 21 



classrooms, state-of-the-art 
science labs, art studios, fam- 
ily and consumer science labs, 
a new activity center-field 
house. A section of the school 
built in the 1930s would be 
torn down. 

"When people understand 
that this will accommodate 
growth until 2014 and there is 
no tax rate increase, then they 
are very supportive," said Kim 
Schnoor, co-chairman of the 
citizens group. "The commu- 
nity has a long history of sup- 
porting the high school. 
Grant's credibility is very 
high." 

"The projections have been 
right on target," 

Superintendent John 

Benedetti said. 

The steering committee 
will host public forums in the 
near future. 

There would be a multi- 
phase approach. The first 
phase would be to the east side 
of the property with science 
wings and classrooms. The 
second phase would include a 
two-story physical education 
center, complete with an in- 
door track. 

Future enrollment projec- 
tions show a 1,752 to 1,880 stu- 
dent range in 2008 to 1,864 to 
2,096 in 2011 and 2,034 to 2,308 
in 2014. 

OWP&P will be the archi- 
tects and IHC, Inc. the general 
contractor. For more informa- 
tion, check the Web site at 
www.gchs2008.org, or contact 
Schnoor at homesale@mind- 
spring.com or Jakstas at pjak- 
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The Fox Lake Area Chamber has wrapped up its summer event season and is now moving on to the winter 
activities. We offered a new event this August - a Motorcycle Rally that brought people from Milwaukee to 
Joliet into our town. Our annual Boat Show also brought people from all over the metro Chicago area and 
surrounding states. And our golf outing was enjoyed by all. Whether you area golfer or not, everyone is 
welcome to attend to play golf, check out the auction items or just join us for dinner. 

. The'Chamber is offering something new this holiday season - a Gingerbread House Contest. Sign up for 
one of. the 2 - night class sessions in October or November and learn how to build and decorate your own. 
The contest is open to all ages and will be divided into 7 groups. Each group will then be hosted by one of 
7 Fox Lake businesses and be on display during the holidays, so everyone can stop in to see them and vote 
for your favorites. 

Santa and Mrs. Claus will join us again on Saturday/December 8, from 3-7 p.m. at Lakefront Park for his 
Santa Spaghetti Supper. Everyone Is invited to join us for dinner and the activities. Planning is underway 
for our 2008 Business Family Expo for Saturday, March 1, 2008 at Grant High School. A record 80 commu- 
nity businesses, organizations, home-based businesses and local restaurants participated last year and we 
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. FOX LAKE - Good news trav- 
els fast, such as Fox Lake's 
F.LAS.H. effort, Fox Lake Area 
Supporting.Heroes. 

"So far,- they all love it," or- 
ganizer Karen Jakslas said. "I 
have received a call from 
Gennany from a soldier about 
it." 

A second shipment of non- 
perishable items has been sent 
to troops serving in all areas. 

"We will go with it until they 
all come home," said Jakstas. 
'The best thing, is we send items 
that they have requested and 
will be used." 

Jakstas, the village's commu- 
nity liaison, said the response 
has been great. Items 

may be dropped off at several 
area locations, including: 
American Legion Post 703 U.S. 
Route 12, Fox Lake; Mineola 
Hotel, 91 Cora Avenue, Fox 
Lake; Second Federal Savings & 
Loan, 2 E. Grand Avenue, Fox - 
Lake; Fox Lake Village Hall, 66 
TJjillen Drive, Fox Lake and The 
Channel Inn, 89 E. Grand 
Avenue, Fox Lake. 

All items will be shipped to 
central collection points in 
North Carolina and Connecticut 
and then forwarded to the troops 
who have specific needs. 

Jakstas said further, ship- 
ments have been sent. 
. .. For more information about 
F.LAS.H., call Tom Herring at 
847-973-3474 or Jakstas at 847-587- 
2151, ext. 3883. 

-Funds sought 
for new dog 

Fox Lake Police Association 
is conducting a fundraiser to 
replace the department's dog, 
Grimm. Grimm died last 
March from cancer. Anyone 
wishing to make a donation can 
send a check payable to Fox 
Lake Police Association, Fox 
Lake Police Department, at 301 
S. Route 59, Fox Lake, 60020. 
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Whether it be an Informational pro- 
gram Tor senior citizens, meeting with 
business owners, efforts to reach out 
to youth, Fox Lake Police Department 
shows community policing at every 
turn. 

Progress can be seen inside the po- 
lice department, too, with expanded 
classroom and workout areas and a se- 
cure sally port area. 

"I see the community programs get- 
ting larger and larger. It is the out- 
reach that Is the community policing 
at .Us best. I think the reaction to us 
and us to them has been very posi- 
tive," Police Chief Mike Behan said. 

The department, at 301 S. Route 59, 
has 26 sworn officers. Special duties 
include School Resource Officer at 
Grant High School, Regan Cruz; and 
the DARE officer, Matt Malzczewski. 

Behan started with the Fox Lake 
Police in 1981. 

Some of the ongoing programs in 
the police department are: 

Subdivision meetings: Behan meets 
with subdivision associations to hear 
their concerns and explain programs. 

Business owner meetings: Behan 
meets with business owners each 
Friday to hear their concerns. 

Senior citizens: "The number of 
seniors we have talked to has dou- 
bled," Behand said. "We talk to them 



about scams, and they are very aware 
of that. Wo also talk to them about los- 
ing their driving privileges, which is 
not the end of the world." 

Citizens Police Academy: "It is in 
its third year," Behan said, "the first 
year, we had to go out and advertise 
for people, the next year we had 40 ap- 
plicants.' We have about five already 
for the third year. It is an educational 
thing, from April to July, and they get 
a feel for what we do." 

Shop With a Cop: The effort assists 
children identified by school districts. 
About 52 students, ages 5 to 12, were as- 
sisted last year; this year, it could be 
100. The event will be Dec. 5 at Wal- 
Mart in Antioch. Students buy presents 
for brothers and sisters, or groceries. 

New Year's Eve Safe Ride Program: 
Using staff from Fox Towing and 
Terry's Towing, rides home are of- 
fered from 10 p.m. Dec. 31 to 3 a.m. 
Jan. 1, 2008. The rides are good for the 
Fox Lake area. 

Police department building im- 
provements: Working on improved 
locker rooms, and workout and class- 
room areas; also good for classes or if 
other law enforcement agencies have 
need to use the area. Also, the firing 
range has been improved. 

Behan said future endeavors in- 
clude continuing to raise funds to buy 
and train a new K-9, after Grimm, the 
previous dog, died in March. 



Museum offers glimpses of past 



By STEVE PETERSON 

spctersoniffnwnewsgroup.com 

FOX LAKE - A group of Grant 
Community High School graduates, 
now living from Maine to California, re- 
cently stopped back to look at their 
township's past. 

The chance to do that takes place 
each Sunday, from 1 to 4 p.m. at Grant 
Hall Museum, 411 Washington St. in 
Fox Lake. The site is the former Grant 
Township offices, now operated by Fox 
Lake-Grant Township Historical 
Society. 

"They were just very enthusiastic," 
said Nancy Kubalanza, president of the 
society. "One man said that he has a 
shoe repair shop and would return and 
see what lie could donate to the mu- 
seum. They lived all over, but all 
seemed to have a tie-in to Grant 
Township." 

The museum has added to the school 
exhibit with more scrapbooks and year- 
books, Kubalanza said. 

Fox Lake Chamber of Commerce re- 
cently had a meeting there and there are 
regular tours, such as the Grant grads 
and Boys and Girl Scouts. The area 
Alliance of Historical Societies has also 
met at the former township office center. 

"They were really glad that we have 
such a place, to preserve the past," 
kubalanza said, 

Margariette Drozd is the office man- 



ager for the museum. 

At the museum,- one can find out 
about the rich history of area resorts, 
schools including a paddle signed by for- 
mer students of a long-time teacher, in- 
formation on former Gov. Bill Stratton 
who is from the area, and Ann 
Margarot. 

Diane Brumbach does a good job co- 
ordinating the docents, or volunteers, 
Kubalanza said. 

One can view old Fox Lake police 
dispatch equipment, learn about the 
Mineola Hotel, the Lippencott and 
many other landmarks. Grant High do- 
nated a charter signed in 1930. 

Then there is a photo of the old Main 
Street in Fox Lake when it was flooded 
in 1924. One can also learn about indus-' 
tries that kept the" area going, such as 
the arrival of railroads and the ice in- 
dustry and see an ice saw. 

For more information, call leave a 
message at 847-587-0544.' 

Current Historical Society leaders 
are Kubalanza as president; Ted 
Beskow as vice president; Bobbie Scott 
as treasurer; Geri Majkowski as record- 
ing secretary; Virginia Sayles as corre- 
sponding secretary and Paul Jakstas 
and Ruth Stark as trustees. 

There will be a general meeting on 
Nov. 21 and election of officers, at 9:30 
a.m. and from 2 to 4 p.m. Dec. 2 is the 
holiday social. Basic membership to the 
Historical Society costs $10. 





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By STEVE PETERSON 

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FOX LAKE -The look of the 
future for Fox Lake's north 
side will begin to take shape as 
Thelen Sand and Gravel offi- 
cials present post-mining oper- 
ation plans. 

The area has has been 
called "Fox Lake North." 

Zoning Board of Appeals 
members ' completed their 
work on the plan, as they for- 
warded a positive recommen- 
dation to the village board for 
the overlay district. The plan 
is a mix of commercial and res- 
idential uses and has been ap- 
proved by Fox Lake trustees. 

"It is an overlay district for 
the north side of Fox Lake," 
Fox Lake Building 

Commissioner Bill Hart said at 
an earlier plan commission 
meeting. "It started with the 
comprehensive plan. Staff and 
Thelen's staff and planner have 
been working on this for six to 
eight months. What we are con- 
sidering is a text amendment 
change which will allow the 
framework for the project." 

Thelen's project remains 
the largest residential plan. 
Camridge Homes at Holiday 
Park is in its last buildings and 



Windsor Homes off Route 59 is 
about to turn over its infra- 
structure to village control. 

Thelen background 

Developers said that the 
site is unique because it is in 
control of one owner, the 
Thelen family, and is so large. 

The area will be developed 
after Thelen Sand & Gravel 
ends its mining operation. 
Amenities include lakes as 
well as required open space 
and recreational areas. 

Steve Thelen, company pres- 
ident, said that the land was an- 
nexed to Fox Lake in 1986 and 
additional land in 2000. 

"We want to look ahead to the 
future," Thelen said. "Short term 
is five years in the mining busi- 
ness, and long-term means recla- 
mation. We want to work with 
the village to create an opportu- 
nity for the village to grow." 

The land is part of 
Nippersink Elementary 

District 2 in Spring Grove, 
Richmond-Burton Higli School 
and Antioch school districts. 

Issues include how water 
and sewer would service the 
more than 1,000 acres. Options 
include connecting to 
Northwest Wastewater Water 
Reclamation Facility run by 



Fox Lake, upgrade the Tall 
Oaks plant on State Park Road 
or a stand-alone station for the 
area. Hart said the stand- 
alonge method was preferred. 

The total acreage is 1,125. 
The suggested plan calls for 110 
acres of residential in one area, 
170 acres for manufacturing-in- 
dustrial and 850 for residential 
and a 650,000 square foot loca- 
tion for a big box retail. 

"We're located perfectly 
within six or seven miles of 
major north-south routes. We 
want to get it on the market be- 
fore users decide to go to 
Spring Grove or Richmond," 
Mike McCullough of 
Stonecrest Development said. 

Planner Larry Dierczak of 
Allen " Krackower and 
Associates said that there 
would be low density single 
family detached housing; 
medium density single family; 
high density single family 
housing and commercial. 

"The Route 173 and Wilmot 
Road area is an important arte- 
rial road and needs to be 
looked at for commercial," he 
said. "This is a unique piece of 
land, the gateway to Fox Lake 
from the north, east and west. 
It will be connected to historic 
Fox Lake." 




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Advertiser Network (847) 

Affordable Self Storage (847) 

Ahlstrand Marine (847) 

All Thats Wildlife (630) 

Allied A/C & Heating Corp (847| 

Allsfale Insurance." (847) 

AMB Roofing : (847) 

American Fitness Center '. (847) 

American Legion Post #703 (847) 

Answer Wireless (847) 

Antioch Golf Club (847) 

ArtRageous Custom Laser Engraving (847) 

Audiosmilh LTD (847) 



Bald Knob Marina 

Bark 'N' Town Kennels. 
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Ben Watts Marina, Inc 

Best Western Regency Inn 

Biglow & Co. Inc., Grove Insurance. 

Bitterman Motorsports 

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Dry Dock* Laundromat* (847) 587-5445 

Duchow's Boat Center 847)973-1.100 

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Famous Freddie's Roadhouse and Barbeque (847) 587-9677 

Fiesta Shuttle (847) 217-3927 

Fifth Third Bank /. (847) 587-3604 

Fire All Star Cheer and Dance Teams (847) 361-3177 

Forest Printing and.Graphics (847) 740-9244 

Fox Lake Ace Hardware . (847) 587-0332 

Fox Lake Animal Hospital ; (847) 587-0505 

Fox Lake Baptist Church : (847) 587-7722 



Fox Lake Chamber of Commerce.... 847) 5B7-7474 

Fox Lake Community Church (847) 587-1331 

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Fox Lake Harbor ..... 

Fox Lake Lions Club 

Fox Lake Post Office 

Fox Lake Theatre 

Fox Lake Toyota/Scion 

Fox Lake Travel 

Fox Lake Volunteer Fire Dept 

Fox Lake-Grant Township Area Historical Society 

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Grant Township Highway Department 

Grant Township Republican Club 

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Ingleside United Methodist Church : (847) 587-0250 

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Jack Frost Ironworks (847) 587-6068 

JD Solutions, Inc (847) 973-8700 

Jet Funn, Inc (847) 587-4386 

Jewel-Osco 847)973-9075 

Jewels by Park Lane/lnd. Cons.-M. Brown .....847) 838-3173 

Jimmy V's Sports Bar & Grill (847) 587-6965 

Just Remodeling Inc (847) 973-8712 

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KIDSUCCESS 847)587-5437 

Kings Island Marine, Inc /. (847) 973-0297 

Korpans Landing Rentals (847) 587-4798 



Lake County Convention & Visitors Bureau (847) 

Lake County Forest Preserves 847) 

Lake County Journals (847) 

Lake Forest Hospital Care Coach. .' '. 847) 

Lake Optical, Inc 

Lakeland Cardinals , 

Lakeside Investigations P.C , 

Laura Cote School of Dance .... 

Leisure Village Association 

Les/Lee Printing 

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Merlin 200,000 Mile Shop 

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Mill Services (847) 

Mineola Banquets (847) 

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Remington Homes (847) 587-1 700 

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Second Federal Savings & Loan (847) 

Sequoit Harbor LLC (847) 

Shapes Fitness for Women (847) 

Shen Dao Temple (847) 

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Sky Haroor Marine (847) 

Sports Physical Therapy (847) 

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St. Paul Episcopal Church 815) 

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By STEVE PETERSON 

speterson@nwnewsgroup.com 

Fox Lake District Library 
lias consulted library district 
residents on the subject of how 
services might be improved and 
what should be included in a 
new library facility if it is ap- 
proved by voters. 

A referendum to finance the 
expansion of the Fox Lake 
District Library might be on the 
Feb. 5 general primary election 
ballot 

At the board of trustees' invi- 
tation, a focus group of 12 li- 
brary users and residents oftlie 
Fox Lake District Library's serv- 
ice area met three times to dis- 
cuss library development issues 
under the leadership of library 
consultant Richard E. 
Thompson. 

The purpose of the meetings 
was to guide the library board 
and staff as they refine plans to 
ask the voters to approve "a sig- 
nificant expansion or an out- 
right replacement of the li- 
brary," according to a library 
pressrelease. 

"Working with the focus 
group was a joy," Fox Lake Head 
Librarian Harry J. Bork said. 



"There was so much enthusi- 
asm, and so many good ideas 
and helpfid suggestions, far ex- 
ceeding our expectations. It was 
a true example of private citi- 
zens stepping to the place to 
work for the public good." 

The focus group delibera- 
tions proceeded as informal dis- 
cussions in the library meeting 
room on three Saturday morn- 
ings spaced two weeks apart 
Under consultant Thompson's 
leadership, the group addressed 
"Current Realities (where the li- 
brary is now); "Vision for the 
Future (what could be im- 
proved); and "Bridging the Gap" 
(how the improvements could be 
implemented). 

With regard to a new or ex- 
panded library building,- the 
focus group was concerned that 
a new library be large enough to 
serve the growing population of 
the library's service area. 

The service area includes 
most of Grant Township and 
some smaller areas of Antioch 
and Burton townships. The li- 
brary is projecting its 'service 
population to at least'double by 
2030. An expanded or new li- 
brary facility of somewhat more 
than double the size of the cur- 



Hauntings ready 
to scare heartiest 



LAKE COUNTY JOURNALS 

X-treme Hauntings 

Haunted House is back. 

The scary fun resumed 
Sept. 28 and runs until Oct. 31, 
at the corner of Sayton Road 
and Honing Road in Fox Lake. 
For more information, call 847- 
702-7227. 

Admission cost is $12 per 
person, Fridays, Saturdays 
through Halloween, $10 on 
Sundays. 

The haunted house returns 
this year bigger and better 
than ever, with many rooms to 
scare the heartiest of souls, 
along with the "The Dark Maze 
of Death" that has been made 
larger and with a few shocking 
upgrades. " 

"The props are all new this 
year. We have more variety to 
please more audiences," organ- 
izer John Vieletta said. 



Several groups and busi- 
nesses have worked to make 
the haunted house a reality. 
They include Fox Lake 
Explorers, Nutty Sports Bar, 
Dominoes of Fox Lake, Rush 
Printing, Fratellos of.Volo, 
Rookies' Sports Bar in 
Ingleside, and Exclusive Auto. 
Fox Lake Self Storage provided 
the location. 

"We're located around the 
corner this year from last 
year's locatloon. I want to do 
everything possible to stay in 
Fox Lake. We have a lot of 
high school kids who come in 
and help out. They learn a 
good work ethic,"- Vieletta 
said: 

Organizers tout its location, . 
near Lake Zurich, Wauconda, 
McHenry County and parts 
south. The organizers said this 
is not recommended for chil- 
dren under age 12. 



rent library is being planned, 
Bork said. 

Focus group members were 
presented with concrete options 
for construction of a larger facil- 
ity. Conceptual floor and site 
plans developed by library ar- 
chitects Bumidge Cassell 
Associates were presented and 
explained by Bork. 

. A majority of the group fa- 
vored keeping the current li- 
brary building and constructing 
an addition to equal the size or 
the facility the board is plan- 
ning. Other options were to re- 
tain die entire current building, 
or to build an entirely new li- 
brary facility on the current site 
ofTGrand Avenue. 

The focus group discussed 
the current library collection 
and rated the importance of 
book materials versus audio-vi- 
sual materials, with a majority 
feeling that books were still 
mflre important 

The focus group felt that the 
library's juvenile department, 
located in die facility's base- 
ment, did not have a welcoming 
feel as those at other libraries, 
and that more could be done to 
advertise its location in the 
building. 



The need Tor the children's 
activity center, where programs 
could take place without inter- 
rupting other library use, was 
also discussed. Also, the need for 
an area devoted to young adults. 

The necessity of a large li- 
brary meeting room was empha- 
sized. Group members also saw 
a need for after-hours access to 
the library meeting room, so 
that groups could use the space 
at times when the library facil- 
ity was not open. 

The need for small group 



study rooms and larger confer- 
ence rooms that could be used 
by groups was also highlighted, 
A cafe lounge, a relatively 
new concept incorporated in a 
number of new library build- 
ings, was supported by the focus 
group. An expanded Fox Lake 
District Library building might 
include an "Internet Cafe" in 
which library users could drink 
coffee and soft drinks while 
using the library's wireless 
Internet service via their own 
laptop computers. 




Chris Padgett • File photo 

The Mineola "Ice-Holes" run out of the icy water of Fox Lake during the 
Polar Plunge in February. Ice-had to be cut out of the lake to make 
room for the Plunge. 



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• 28 years of volunteering to the Fox Lake Area 
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CHAIN O'LAKES LAKEFRQHT 

Pislnkee Bay Lakolrool. Slunniog 2.0 
Wooded Acres. 4BR 4.SBA Spawling 
Ranch, Incredible Panoramic Lake 
Views. U1 w/FP, DR, Orml Kil w/EA, FR 
w/FP, Loggia Rm. Indoor Pool, Spa, 
Bsml, Patio, Dock, 3 5 Cor Gar, Hugo 
Darn 4 Pkn. 155" Lako Fmlg w/Sleel 
Soawuil. St, 199.000 

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CHAIN O'LAKES LAKEFRONT 
Phenomenal 4 BR 2 .5BA. Highest Quality 
Thru-Out. New Everything, HW Fin, 
Qranlle, Marble 4 Custom Titos. Custom 
Wdwrk, Incrodiblo Kit & DA*. Amazing 
Full Fin Bsml. Huge Docks & Gazebos. 
2.5 Car Oar, Gated Brick Drive. Now 
Well 4 Septic, Geach 4 Pier. $609,900 

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FOX RIVER RIVERFRONT 

3 BR 35 BA w/250 1 Fox River Wator 
Frontage. Excellent Views. GR w/Slcno 
FP. Grmt Kit. FR w/FP & Wet Bar. Loft 4 
Studio'. Screon Porch; Brick Patio, 
Greenhouse & Storage Building 2.5 Car 
Gar. Pier, Seawall & Sandy Shoreline, 
Effective Ago 2 Years. S839.000 

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CHAIN O'LAKES LAKEFR0NT 

Stunning 5BFI 3BA Conlemp w/Sunsot 
Loko View*. LR w/27' Vault Coil 4 FP, 
DH. Don. MBR w/FP. MBA, Atrium 4 
Bale. 2 Grmt Kit's. Walk-Out LL Fnm Rm 
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HW Fin, Skytts & 2 Sliders lo Dock. 3 1 
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DU Lot w/IBO" River Fmlg. Fantastic 
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CHAIN O'LAKES LAKEFRONT 
I Fonlaslie Lakelront Ranch w/Ponoramlc 
I Views ol Plslakee Lakel GR w/FP. Com 

Coil 4 Wall ot Wndws for Grt Lake Views. 

New Kit Cabs w/Cortan. Lrg MBR. MBA 
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CHAIN O'LAKES WATEHFRONT 
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Fnm Rm, 4 Season Rm & Roc Rm. Calh 
Cell, Skytts, HW Firs, 3 FP*. Newer 
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Stone Shed, Sleol Seawall 4 Pior. 
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Fantastic Sunset Loko Views) 4 BR 2BA 
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HW Firs 4 Nnwor Carpet. LR & DR 
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Pallo, Hugo Storage Area w/Ovomeed ' 
Door Under 2,5 Car Gar 5. Pier. 
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Amazing Blend at Vintage Charm & 
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Ornate Wdwik, Staircase, Faux FP, Wood 
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CHAIN O'LAKES WATERFRONT 
Flare New Construction on the Chain! 
120' Wator Frontage. 3 OR 2 DA. Kil 
w/Cborry Cabs 4 Qranile CT. Groat Rm 
w/Cornor FP, Vtoult Cea S Watt of 
Windows Overlooking Lrg Deck 
w/Boaulirut Views of Yard & Waterfront. 
t et Fir MBR. HW Fire, 2-1/2 Car Gar 
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DUCK LAKE LAKEFRONT 
359' Secluded Motorized Duck Loko • 
Fmlg. Grt Lako Views. Complete Remod 
IrVOutl New K!l w/Grnnllo, LR w/FP 4 
Bullt-lns, FR w/Calh Ceil. MBR Ste 
w/Whrlp. 8 Sels SSding Glass Doors. 
Pool, HotTub. 3 Decks, Brick Patio, 
Bonut Lndscpng, Pier & 2.5 Cor Gar 
$309,900 
Call "Mr Pele" Elchler 847-395-2300 






FOX RIVER RIVERFRONT 
Completely Updated. Mnple. 1 Granite 
Kit w/SS AppL Mesler Ste w/Prtv BA. 
Screen Porch A Deck. New Cedar 
SMing, Exterior Doors, Wndws 4 Oak 
Wdwrk. 2 Yr Old Arch Shingle Roof. Full 
Etsmnl. Perm Pier a Steel Seawall, Goll 
4 Country Club Across Street. $385,000 

Call "Mr Pote" Elchler 647-395-2300 



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FOX RIVER WATERFRONT 
Recently Updalod 3 BR 2 BA Fox River 
Waterfront Chalet w/Beaut River View. 
Newer Upscale Area. New Kit w/Corlon 
CT & SS Appl. Romod Baths. Freshly 
Painted IrvOuL HW Fir, 20' CnLh Ceil, 
Brick FP, 3 Season Rm, Deck, Sleel 
Seawall, Pier & City Sowar. $359,000 

Cay "Mr Pete" Elchler 847-395-2300 



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CHAIN O'LAKES WATERFRONT 
Remodeled Ranch on Nlpperalnk Crook, 
Accommodates Any Size Boat. Open 4 
Airy Grt Rm w/Coth Ceil 4 Marble FP." 
Now Oak Kit & EA w/SHdor to Hugo 2 
Tier Deck, Lake View, Lrg Covered Pallo, 
2-1/2 Car Gar, In-Ground Irragaliori ' 
System, Steel Seawall & Pier. $314,900 

Call "Mr Pete" Bchler 647-395-2300 






CHAIN O'LAKES WATERFRONT 

3 BR 1 .5 BA on 2 Lola, Bright 4 Open, 
Lrg Rm Sizes, Huge Klt/EA w/SS Appls. 
Lrg DR/Ffl. Hugo MBR w/Lrg W/l Closet 

4 Entry to Whrlpl BA. Fresh Palnt.a At! 
New Flooring, 2 Decks 42 Car Gar ' 
w/Workshop. Wooded 4 Fenced Yard. 
Pier. 2nd Lot Posa Bulldable $299,900 

Call "Mr Pete" Elchler 847-395-2300 



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DUCK LAKE LAKEFRONT 

Alfordable Lokolronl Home on 
MoiorUod Duck Lake. Oak Eat-In Kit, 
LR w/FP 4 DR All w/Beaut Sunset Lake 
Views. Walk-Out LL FR, 2nd Kil A Otic 
or Grt In-Low AmgmnL Nice Fenced 
Yard, Lrg Screonod Beach Houso & Pier. 
Located Next to Prtv Beach & Pruk. 
$299 900 
Call "Mr Pete" Elchler 847-395-2300 



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HIGHLAND LAKE LAKEFRONT 
Ramodoled Ranch Located on tho 
Cleanest Lake In Northern Illinois. Sand 
Bottom la Groat for Swimming & Fishing. 
Beaut Lakeside Deck. Screen Porch 
w/2nd Deck. Updalod Kit 4 Both, Newer 
Door* 4 Wndws. Beaut Lndscpng. 
Heated Garago. Graysloke Schools, 
$299,000 
Call "Mr Pate" Elchler 847-395-2300 



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CHAIN 0LAKE3 WATERFRONT 
Solid Ranch w/282' Wlr Ftlng & Grt 
Views. Lrg Kit, EA, LR, FR 42 Remod 

BA*. Nower EJeclrtc S. Rool. New Envtro 
Septic in 2006. Palo, Deck, Brdwlk & 
Seawall. Huge 2.5 Car Gar w/2nd Story 
Office/Storage + Storage Under Gar ra • 
Ported lor Contractor. $279,900 

Call "Mr Pete" Bcrtter 847-395-2300 



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ISLAND LAKE LAKEFRONT 

Lrg Lakelront Homo on Peninsula. Boaul 
Water Views In 3 Dirodionsl Huge LR 
w/Wood Burning FR Bay Vinttt, WetBar 4 
Sader lo 2 Tier Wrap- Around Deck. Kit 
w/SS Appl 4 EA. Lrg Fom Rm w/WotBar 4 
SOder to Bate. Lrg MBR w/Srtting Rm, Now 
Rool. Gar S Per, $270,900 

Call "Mr Pete" Elchler 647-395-2300 



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CHAIN O'LAKES WATERFRONT 
High & Dry 2 BR 1.5 BA Ranch. Kit 
w/Skytite, Island 4 Bay Wndw. LR • . 
w/Slone FP 6 Skylitea. Fa.-n Rm. Office 
Area. 4 Season Sun Rm w/Cuth Ceil, 
Romod BA*. HW Firs. Lrg Closets. 
Bsml. Beaut Water Views. Fenced 
Wooded Lot, Patio, Gar, Seawall 4 Pier, 
$279,000 

Call "Mr Pete" Elchler 847-395-2300 



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, CHAIN O'LAKES WATERFRONT 
Ranch w/2nd Vacant Lot, Possibly 
Buildible. 275' Chain O'Lakes Water 
Frnlg. Many Expansion Options. KH 
w/Eflling Aroa 4 Water View. Lrg FR 
w/Stono FP. LR 4 BR* w/HW Firs Under 
Newer Carpet. 2.5 Cor Gar. New Root In 
1999. New Furnace 6 C/A In 2006. 
$269,900 

Call "Mr Pete" Etehter 847-395-2300 



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CROSS LAKE LAKEFRONT 
LOWEST PRICED Lakelront Home on 
Non-Restricted Motor Boat, Water Ski & 
Jot Ski Lake In Chain O'Lokos Area. 3 1 
Sfl Ranch. Gleaming Whl Kit w/Corian 4 
Newer Appl. LR W/Vaull Ceil 4 FR w/FP 
bolh w/Loke View*. Brighi 4 Open Fir 
Plan. Pkw for Boat, ■ $239,900^ ■ 

■hj^MrFW Elchler 847-3*5-2300 






CHAIN O'LAKES WATERFRONT 
I Completely Romodoiod Rustic 
I Contemporary. All New Knotty Pino 
I Inlerky w/Vouiled Ceiling 4 Skylight. 
I Hickory Kit w/Grnnito Counler Top & 
I Appl, HW rioors, BA w/Coramlc Tile & 
I Alrlum Doors lo Lrg Dock. All Now Roof, 

SWng 4 Windows, Boardwalk Pier. 
| Office Exclusive, $229,000 

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CHAIN O'LAKES WATERFRONT 

3 BR Ranch w/Tull Boaoment on the 
Chain. Level Hardwood Floors 4 Natural 
Woodwork Thru-Out. Furnace, Well 
Pump 4 Water Heater Only 3 Yrs Old. 
Neo Dock Overlooking Water w/Bulll-ln 
Gas Grill. Wooded Lot. Pior Included. 
$222,900 

Call "Mr Pate* Elchler 847-395-2300 




CHAIN O'LAKES PIER/BOAT SLIP 
Private Pier 4 Boat Slip on Lakelront 
Assoc Proporty. Ruslio Log Sidod 3 BR 
1 .5 BA Hillside Ranch w/Bsmt 4 2.5 Car 
Gar, Vault Ceil, Now Carpel $ SS Appl. 
MBR w/Slidor to'Bolcony. Lrg Room 
Sizes, Potto w/Outdow FP, 2 Year Old 
Rool. Woodod Lot. $209,000 

Call 'Mr Pete" Elchler 847-395-2300 




. CHAIN O'LAKES WATERFRONT ' 
Ranch w/tOO' Wlr Fmlg Short Dlst lo 
Lake Marie, On Gel-Away or Starter, LR 
w/Slidera lo Fa Kft w/tslohd OB. FR 
w/Sar, Hoi Tub & Slider to Dock'. MBR 
w/Codor Closet. Frig, Stove, W/D & C/A. 
Lrg Wooded 4 Fenced Yard, Slorage 
Shed. Sleol Seawall. $199,900 

Coll "Mr Pate" Elchler 847-395-2300 



VACANT WATERFRONT LOTS 

Druce Lake Lakelront Lot. Over 3/4 ' - 
Wooded Acre w/Boautllul Lake Wows & 
City Sewer. $225,000 



2 Bulldable Greys Lake Lakefront Lots. 
w/Excellent Lake Views and Cily Sewer 

4 Water! $199,900 Each"- 



Buildablo Wooded Chain O'Lakes 
Waterfront Lot w/Laka Views. Septic 
Approved for 3BR Home. $1 59,900 

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October 25, 2007 



Lake County Homes 



Lake County Journals 3 



Beat rising rates with nontraditional mortgage 



(NAPSAJ-WhcUic'rit'sa 
dream home, vacation property 
or retirement condo, consumers 
face a housing market this year, 
in which climbing interest rates 
are driving up the costs of buy- 
ing a home. 

Shopping for-and financing-an 
affordable home has become an 
increasingly daunting process in 
many frenzied markets. The me- 
dian national home price now 
hovers around $224,000, but 
prices in hot areas often soar 
well abpve. 

To address this dilemma, mort- 
gage lenders have introduced a 
new crop of ''affordability" 
loans, and homebuycrs are turn- 
ing to them as a means to com- 
fortably manage their home fi- 
nancing over the long run. 
These nontraditional loan prod- 
ucts arc designed to create a rea- 
sonable monthly payment and ' 
eliminate dreaded rate increases 
and "pocketbook shock" from 
payment resets. 

In fact, according to Gpteum 
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Financial Services, one of the 
nation's fastest-growing residen- 
tial lenders, "affordability" mort- 
gages-such as fixed-rate interest- 
only products, longer-term (40- 
year) fixed-rate mortgages and 
80-20 loans-are exploding in de- 
mand. A few years ago, fixed- 
rate interest-only mortgages 
barely existed. According to an- 
.other financial services firm, 
UBS AG, these loans now ac- 
count for around 8 percent of all 
new residential mortgages taken 
out in the U.S., and they're 
growing each month. 

Here arc some major trends to 
watch: 

Long-Term, Fixed-Rate 
Interest-Only Loans 

Interest-only (IO) loans have 
received the most headlines in 
recent years, but as interest rates 
creep upward, many consumers- ' 
including first-time homebuyers- 
are shying away from short-term 
IO loans in favor of longer-tenn 
.fixed-rate 10s to avoid upward 




"Affordability" mortgages, such as fixed-rate interest-only products, are exploding in demand. 



payment adjustments. 
, John Palmiotto, senior vice 
president for Opteum, says, 
"Since the average American 
keeps a mortgage for less than 
10 years, fixed-rate IO loans can 
often help homeowners leverage 
their buying power in the begin- 
ning. After 10 years, when the 
loan fully amortizes, the assump- 
tion is that the borrower's in- 
come will also have grown and 



thus can comfortably absorb the 
remaining principal portion of 
.the payment," 

Momentum of 40-year Loans 
While 30-ycar fixed mortgages 
have been the ''blue-chip" stan- 
dard, 40-year fixed-rate balloon 
loans arc now gaining major 
popularity. The appeal is that 
these loans offer a "happy 
medium" payment nearly 



halfway between an interest- 
only loan and a 30-year fixed. 
The drawback is its long pay- 
back term of 40 years. 
The best approach for buyers is 
to work with their loan officer to 
educate themselves about the 
variety of product offerings out 
there that not only manage their 
cash flow but that will also be 
the best choice for their personal 
financial situation. 




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ADORABLE RANCH 

. Don't mitt the opportunity ioown ihit 2 
DR ranch on a very Ire. fenced lot wf 
mature trees. Beautiful mnne FT & big 
bay wndw greet yoii in tlic liv nn. 
Remodeled kitch w / new brkfst bar, Din 
nn w/ putiuUra to deck can uisily convert 
bock la a 3rd bdrm. Large llnrida nn. 
attached garage, alt uppl ind. Close to 
Knock & shopping. jm.WOin . 
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AULLBURNGS,LAKESHS 

■ H IK, 15 I JA l-Jcvaikm C Out 1 t a 1 1 Model in . 
Li'nJcrJairy's Heritage Tmfl. Dmm.uk: 2 any 
foyer w/oak firs. Cheery fiv mi & sep dfn rm . 
\v! bussed vsiidw & vlul cdL ')' 1st fir ccil's. ■ 
•frnoplecahWich w/oak firs, isld&hrirfsi " 
aim opens to firm nn w/ IT. Sliders lo con- 
crete pario & lrg yard. Brigl* &. spacious frml 
LR & DR. Lrg slid mslr BR »/ 2 vvm dostb' 
& lull ho w/ tub. sep shwr & dbl vanhv. 1st flr 
(dry, nil appl incL Nicely priced at S294.900 in 
UndcnhunL ''•WSMHOTCMH 




SPACE ABOUNDS 

4 T»R .+ Ion, 15 BA 3 160 SF home plus 
full, partial finisiied bsml. Lrg fain nn w/ 
FT opens in Kitcli w/ oak cabs, island &. 
sep KA vs/ sliders' lo brick paiio, Fnnl LR 
. &. DR. I luge insir BR .suite wl dbl sinks, 
I Jacuzzi lub & sep sh« r. All mi si«* ore 
big, big, big. hi llr Indry, inicmim swl 
appl inc. Motivated Sellers! Unbealume 
nncc of 5265^00 in AntSoch. 




GORGEOUS WOODED LOT 

Located in privulc cul-de-sac in 
LiruknliurslV Mallard Ridge Subdivision 
& w/ view* or Crooked t.akc, ihis 4 UK. 
3.5 DA 2 story is a beauty I So much cus- 
tom detailed craftsmanship lliruoul. 2 
• fireplaces, 1st llr den. wripl master, walk- 
mil finisiied hsmt w/ 3rd lull halh & wet 
bar. Cull il home fur only 53W.OOO in _ 
Lindenliurst. . 




UJGHOUOWSCilLDlST 
Everything, you could want is in this 5 BR, 3 
full I) A ranch! HW firs thru-out main Ivl. 
CuiifortnbJc, open fir nLin buists fhnl LR <& 
DH, sop lam mi vi ■/ caih cci I & sep eating area. 
Ul ip ;*)al kit di W -12" maple cabinets ft SS 
appl's, Mstr BR w/ corn ceil & lin full tali. 
ho finished ILcutipk'ic w/rullvojuiprw) 
tltealrc/fiKdu nu, snack bur & add'l liv srsw. 
Stqi odlside fc) jtur wnudal rcUvU vs/ pro 
kiniscapod jx! ,V to jiiut putjo. All tilis for 
XW^lO in Valley I Jikes Suhd. 




REST DEAL IN TOWN! ' 
4 BR, 3 full HA 2 story w/ newly 
iiulaUnl ui! lum fin, fmldy pointed 
[nierfnr & new roof! Frml LR + lrg fam 
rm th.it upou in kitch w( lob of uuk 
cobs, lile hicksplash, wp EA & ididerK, 
Partially fin hunt fix un csira UK or 
otTicc, Fenced yd, patio, slur shed & nai 
gas book-up fix gnli, 15 car gar w/ 
pas ed tide upron. S IK'J.SOO in Round 
Ukc llch. . 




location; location, 
location ' 

. Beautifully maintained, channing 3 
BR, 1^ HAhome bocUng irtopen 
ticld, park & close to grade sclioul! .' . . 
Quality upgrades thru-out w/hdwd firs, 
nidi ceil Si norganib cer tile.'S it iiiiied 
on a beautifully Indscpd & fenc«d yd. ' 
Close lu t-9-l & nhupping. 15 ear gai. 
stor slied, oppl inrl. Unbeatable pnccl 
S21ls\9CX)inUndenhurst. 




CONVENIENUV LOCATED... 

GURNEESaiOOLS . • 

4 BR, 2.5 BA 2 Mory located in 
lleiitherstunc. Upgntdcd kitch V A2" oak 
cabinets. Island & sep eating areTjhat 
opens to family rm. Sliders m patio. 
Fnnl liv mi & din rm. - MstrBR suite w/ 
win closet & full Kali). Full bsml. 15 car 
ntt gar. all oppl. Seller says "Make an 
Oiler". Jusl Reduced lo 5274,900 in 
Beach Park. 



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SPRING GROVE'ACRE 

PLUS LOTS , 

On lop of the wodd \\l awesome s lews 
of Spring Grove! Pick sour lot from un 
array of cluiice lots in ihis development 
of acre + building siie.s. Nestled olT Rle 
11 down the street from die new Jewel. 
Bu'Jd your Iwinc or cliuosc your builder. 
Competitively priced, starting in lite mid 
SW.OOO's. Call for covenanu. 



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Lake County Homes 



October 25, 2007 



Cause for alarm: What parents miss when childproof ing 



(NAPSA)-As new parents pre- 
pare for the arrival of their baby, 
they'll likely make safety a lop 
priority. They put poisons out of 
reach, cover up unused electrical 
outlets and install safety gates. 
But experts say parents may miss 
the deadliest threat in the home 
for small children, 

A new survey conducted by 
Kelton Research revealed that 
only 1 1 percent of parents sur- 
veyed bejieve a home fire is 
more likely than their baby acci- 
dentally falling or being poi- 
soned. While falls occur more 
often, fires are more deadly. 



Fires and bums arc the leading 
cause of unintentional home-in- 
jury deaths for children over age 
I and the second-leading cause 
for infants, according to the 
Home Safety Council's State of 
Home Safety in America. 
"New parents undoubtedly 
have safety on their minds," 
said Meri-K Appy, president of 
Home Safety Council. 
"However, the misplaced safety 
concern3s revealed in this sur- 
vey show a greater need for ed- 
ucating new anil expectant 
parents about the risk their 
baby could face regarding fires 



and burns." 
According to the National Fire 
Protection Association (NFPA), 
children under age 5 face nearly 
twice the risk of dying in a home 
• fire than adults, While the 
NFPA reports that adults arc 
more likely to develop a fire es- 
cape plan after they have chil- 
dren, 78 percent of the Kelton 
survey respondents have never 
conducted a home fire drill. 

"In addition to working smoke 
alarms, families need to take all 
necessary precautions to help 
protect themselves and their 
children in the event of a house 



Take action now to avoid 
winter home damage 



(NAPSA)-lce dams. They may not exactly be a 
household word, but they cost the public millions 
of dollars each year, when ceilings and walls are 
mined as a result of winter water seepage. 

Ice dams usually form when warmth from inside 
a home causes snow on the roof to melt and 
trickle to the roofs edge, where it refreeies, block- 
ing gutters and dmins. Sinco'water cannot flow, 
over the built-up ice, it seeps into the home under 
the shingles. 

"If your house is susceptible to ice dams, it's a 
good idea to take action before weather condi- 
tions threaten your home," says Mike Con very i 
chjef claim officer for MctLifc Auto & Home." 

Steps To Take In The Fall: * 

. • Keep all gutters and downspouts.clean Make 
certain that leaves, sticks and debris are removed 
completely from your home's gutters and down- 
spouts. 
• Keep your attic chilly. The most effective way 
'. to eliminate ice dams is to stop snowmelt by mak- 
ing the roof colder. This can be achieved by insu- 
lating the floor of the attic and under the roof, 
and by blocking all crevices {known as "by- 
passes") where warm air from the interior can rise 
into the attic. . 

"• Identify water entry points within tlie home. 
You may wish to contact n contractor to locate 
these entry points and take the appropriate ac- 
tions, to create a waterproof barrier. 
Steps To Take In The Winter: • 

• If possible, keep snow off the roof with a snow 
rake. Use a roof rake or push broom to reduce the 
amount of snow, that could melt. Do not climb on" 
the roof to clear the snow as serious injury may re- 
sult. Also, be cautious of electrical wires. 

• To melt the ice, bring new life to an old set of 




1. Ice Dam 

2. Trapped Water . 

3. Malting Snow 

4. Water backs under shingles and leaks 
Into attic 

5. Master , 

6. Icicle 



Melting snow trickles to the roofs edge, creating an 
ice dam, which in turn creates internal leaks. 

Icgs.it may sound strange, but placing old nylon, 
stockings filled with snowmelt on an ice dam is an- 
, effective way to. melt the dam and create a chan- . 
nel for the water to run off. Be certain to lay the 
stockings perpendicular to the gutter near the 
edge of the roof. 

In an emergency situation, where water is seep-' . 
ing into the house, the best advice is to notify a 
professional contractor. 

For a free brochure, "Protecting Your Home 
Against Damage From Freezing Weather," call 
(800) 638-5433 (1 -800-MET-L1FE). 



fire. This includes having fire 
extinguishers within reach and 
regularly practicing a fire escape 
plan;" said Chris, Rovenstine, 
vice president for Kidde 
Residential &. Commercial. 
Steps to Take Before 
Bringing Baby Home 
Parents can easily incorporate 
fire safety into overall child- 
proofing plans: 

• Install UL-listed smoke and 
carbon monoxide (CO) alarms 
near sleeping areas and on every 
floor of your home. For optimal 
protection, install both photoelec- 
tric and ionization smoke alarms, 
which may provide the earliest 
opportunity of detecting either 
smoldering or fast-flaming fires. 

• A combination alarm offers 
protection against both fire and 
carbon monoxide (CO) in one 
unit. Look for one with voice 
warning, such as the Kidde 
Talking Alarm, which will 
clearly announce the hazard 
present, fircor CO. : 

• .Test alarms per manufactur- 
ers' instructions and replace bat- . 
teries as needed. ; 

, • Replace smoke alarms every 
1 years and CO alarms every 
seven. Alarms monitor the 
home every minute and do not 
last forever. If you do not know 
the age of your alarm, replace it. 

• Do not "borrow" an alarm's- 



batteries for other uses such as 
in toys or radios. 

• Keep a UL-listed fire extin- 
guisher (minimum 2A-10B:C), 
such as the Kidde Living Area 
Fire Extinguisher, on each floor 
and in your bedroom. A fire ex- 
tinguisher can help put out a 
small r contained fire or aid in 
creating a pathway to safety. 
Steps to Take as a Family 

• Develop and regularly prac- 
tice a fire escape plan. 

• Include two exits from every 
room and also details such as 
who will assist young ones out of 
the home. An escape ladder can 
be an alternate exit from sec- . 
ond- or third-floor rooms. 

• Practice your plan at least 
twice a year, both during the 
day and at night. 

• Close your children's bed ; 
room doors. If a hallway fire oc- 
curs, a closed door could. hinder 
smoke from overpowering your 
child and give firefighters extra , 
time for rescue. Keep a working 
smoke alarm and baby monitor 
in the room so you can hear if 
the alarm sounds. 

• Teach toddlers not to hide. 
Remind them that firefighters 
are there to help. 

For more information on baby " 
safety and to download a free 
chlldproofing checklist, visit 
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Lake County Homes 



Lake County Journals 5 



Fall home care tips: 

The health dangers of 
excess moisture 



' (MS) — Did you know that 
excess levels of moisture or rela- 
tive humidity in your home pro- 
vide ideal environments for con- 
taminants like mold and dust 
mites, which arc known aller- 
gens for many people.' Elevated 
levels of moisture can also con- 
tribute to structural damnge 
within a home's walls, attic, 
foundation and exterior. 

Fortunately, there are steps you 
can take to regulate die level of 
humidity in your home. Here arc 
some helpful tips frorri, Gerry 
Gagnon, Product 6k Market 
Manager forVenmar Ventilation, 
a leading expert in indoor air . 
quality management, to help you 
control the potential hazards cre- 
ated by excess moisture. 
. • Daily activities in the 
kitchen and bathroonvcan in- 
troduce large amounts of water 
vapor and other contaminants' 
into the home. Instajl and main- 
tain hood exhaust fans of suffi- 
cient capacity over your kitchen 
range and in your bathrooms. 
Locate intakes where they can 
'capture the most moisture and 
make sure that bath vents ex- 
haust air outdoors and not into 
your attic or other interior space, 

• Elevated levels of humidity 
can cause moisture problems in: 
eluding window condensation, 
structural rot and mold growth. 
To help control Humidity and 
remove excess moisture levels 
from your home, consider, 
installing a mechanical air 
exchanger system. "For ex-, 
ceptional results? you can 
look to the most recent in- 
novation in the industry — 
Venmar's air exchanger,", 
Gagnon said. "Venmar is 
the first manufacturer of 
ventilation systems to offer 
'a unit that integrates heat . 
recovery ventilation tech- 
nology with HEPA filtra- 
tion at an affordable' price." 

"The system works to pro- 
vide fresh air through ven- 
tilation and at thesame 



time ensures the best indoor air 
quality by trapping airborne al- 
lergens such as pollen, dust, pet 
dander mold and bacteria 
through its HEPA filter system." 

• The exterior and interior of ■ 
a home should be well-caulked, 
especially around windows and / 
vents, to prevent water. leaks. 
Without caulking, mold growth 

i and structural problems may 
occur. "If you arc building a 
home, insist that your builder 
install a proven waterproofing 
system, drain tile and vapor re- 
tarder to your home's founda- 
tion," Gagnon added. "A water- 
managed foundation can greatly 
improve indoor air quality by 
preventing problems associated 
with moisture."- 

•■ Make sure a home's roof and 
windows are in good shape. 
Water leaks, condensation and 
elevated levels of humidity may ■ 
not be visible, but moisture in 
interior wall spaces can encour- 
age mold growth and structural 
degradation. 

* It's important to route water 
away from your home's founda- 
tion. Keep gutters and drains 
clean and in good repair. Be sure 
downspouts have a five percent 
slope to.carry water away 

from your foundation. More in- 
formation on the benefits of 
ventilation is available at 
www.venmar.ca. • 




Does your HVAC need a little TLC? 



(N APSA)-Just like your car, 
your home heating system re- 
quires routi ncmai n tenahce in 
order to run properly. Widiout 
regular servicing,, heating systems 
can waste energy and are more 
likely to break down. But with die 
proper attention, your system will 
keep you warm all winter long. 

According to the experts at 
Luxaire, a brand of heating, ven- 
tilating and air-conditioning * 
(HVAC) equipment manufac- 
tured by Johnson Controls, there 
are a few basic tips you and your 
local HVAC contractor can fol- 
low to ensure your heating sys- 
tem operates properly. 
A Few Basics 

.'• Inspect Your System-A 
close inspection will uncover 
leaks, soot, rust, rot, corroded 
electrical contacts and frayed 
wires. In furnace (forced-air) 
and boiler (hot-water), systems, 
the inspection should also coyer 
the chimney, ductwork or pipes, 
dampers or valves, blower or^ 
pump, registers or radiators, the 
fuel line and the gas meter or oil 



tank, as well as every part of the 
furnace or boiler. 

• Run Your Systcm-Your 
healing system should be run 
through a full heating cycle to 
ensure it has plenty of combus- 
tion air and chimney draft. 
Contractors use smoke pencils to 
check for sufficient draft and also 
test the air for carbon monoxide. 

• Clean the Burner and Heat 
Exchanger in Furnaces-Scour the 
burner and heat exchanger to re- 
move soot and other gunk that 
can impede smooth operation. 
For the burner, efficiency hinges- 
on adjusting the flame to the 
right size and color, regulating 
the flow of gas or changing the 
fuel filter in an oil-fired system.. 

' • Check all die Components 
of a Heat Pump-Inspect the com- 
pressor, fan, indoor and outdoor 
coils and refrigerant lines. Indoor 
and outdoor coils should be 
cleaned, and the refrigerant pres- 
sure should be checked. Low pres- 
sure indicates a leak; to locate it, 
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Energy neutral products take 
homeowners to the next level 



(MS) ^ With the "green" 
trend continually growing, many 
homeowners are swapping old 
air conditioning units, heaters 
and appliances with more energy 
efficient models: While purchns- . 
ing ENERGY STAR® appli- 
ances and green rated products is 
a major step forward jn.bcing en- 
vironmentally conscious, there 
arc additional options for home- 
owners to take eco-friendly liv- 
ing to the next level. 

Energy neutral upgrades and 
products, ranging from awnings ■ 
to radiant barriers, provide an 
additional reduction in cooling 
energy consumption and costs 
associated .with even the most 
energy-efficient appliances. 
, According to futurist Mark 
Justman of Social Technologies, . 
a global research and consulting 
firm, there is a growing nucleus 
of homeowners.who value ethi- 
cal consumption, but often con- 
sider a big appliance purchase 
the onlysolution. ? 

Other energy-neutral home so- 
lutions that Justman recom- - 
mends include: 

• Awnings — .when added 
above a window or door, 'an 
awning reduces the'amou'nt of ..■_■ 
heat'that enters a home by ' 
blocking the sun's rays from pen- 
etrating the glass; Keeping ex- 
cess heat out reduces the load on 
the'air conditioner,. allowing the. 
unit to cool .the space more effi- ;, 
cicntly. Learn more at: ' 
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•Solar Window screens -— 
screens that install on the out- ; ■ 
side of windows, allowing pro- . 
tectioh from the sun's heat and a 
little added privacy. ... 
••- Radiant barriers — structures, 
made of highly reflective mate.-/. . 
rial, typically-installed in attics,. 
• that.reflect radiant heat upward, 
preventing it from entering the 
home. 

• Conservation, landscaping — 
includes planting of shacktrees ; 
or jiedges near a house to block ; j 
suivfrom penetrating windows 

( during the summer. 
Conservation landscaping can 
ralso act as a windbreak, protect- . 




Awnings are an energy neutral 
way to take eco-friendly living to 
another level. 

ing homes from icy winds in the 
< winter. 

• Caulking and weather strip- 
ping — when installed around 
windows, doors and cracks, it re- 
duces air infiltration, keeping 
cool air in during the summer 
and out during.the winter. 

• Programmable thermostats 
— ■ they automatically adjust a 
home's temperature settings, al- 
lowing homeowners to save en- 
ergy while away or sleeping. 
Programmable thermostats are . 
better for the environment, 
since using less energy helps re- 
duce greenhouse gas emissions 
associated with energy produc- 

.tion. 

. With heating and cooling ac- 
counting for about 56 percent of 
the energy used in a typical U.S. 
home.according to the U.S. . 
Department of JSnergy, home- 
owners are able tq.utilize energy 
heutrarp'rodiicts to improve . 
their home's energy efficiency. 
"Solar radiation through glass 
is responsible for nearly 20 per- 
cent of the bad on an air condi- 
tioner," said Michelle Sahlin, 
managing director of the 
Professional Awning ■ 
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(PAMA). V Awnings have the 
ability to limjfthe sun's rays . 
through glass, which directly re- 
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warming from greenhouse gas 
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Paige Hemmis of "Extreme Makeover: 
Home Edition" on room redecoration 



Change the look of your kitchen for less. Budget-friendly options like modem laminates have the look and 
feel of natural engineered stone. 

How much is that new 
kitchen going to cost you? 



(MS) — If you're like any of the more than 7, 
million new owners of existing homes sold last 
year,' you're probably looking at taking on remod- 
eling projects that will update both style and 
functionality. And the kitchen is probably at the 
. top of you r "to do" I i st. 

The average, minor kitchen remodeling job'will 
cost about $18,000 while a major kitchen remod- 
eling project may cost up to $107,000! If you're 
planning a kitchen remodel in the near future, " 
here are some ideas that can save you money in 
the process, or leave you with extra money for the 
"must haves" on your project list. 

Cabinets are generally the most expensive part 
of the remodeling project. Custom-built cabinets 
offer an unlimited number of options, but are also 
the most expensive. Semi-custom cabinets offer a 
good alternative. With the number of styles, ma- 
terialand hardware available today, you can have 
a custom look without a custom price tag. Also, 
refinishing your existing cabinets can provide an 
updated look without the cost of replacement. 



'surprised with the look and quality of modern 
laminates. Today's laminate is extremely durable 
and easy to clean which is a real advantage for 
today's busy families. 

If you want the look of stainless appliances, but 
aren't ready to pay the price, consider ordering 
basic appliances with front "trim kits." You can 
apply a metal or laminate look-alike panel to the 
fronts of refrigerators and dishwashers, and you've 
got the look for less. 

Making trade offs in options is one cost-saving 
step. Another way to maximize your budget is to 
consider doing some of the work yourself to save 
on labor costs — which typically are about 20 
percent of the project cost. 

Depending on your abilities and the time you 
have available, you can save by removing existing 
cabinetry and countertopsat the beginning of the 
project and painting the room yourself at the end of' 
the project. It's usually a good idea to leave electri- 
cal, plumbing and installation work to the experts. 






Consider .one of the new luxury, laminate coun- A little planning beforeyour project starts and 

. tertops rather than solid surfacing or granite. You I maybe a little elbow grease of your own can get 

could have money left over for die stainless steel you that new kitchen that fits your lifestyle as 

appliances you want. And you vvill be pleasantly - well as your budget. - 



• (NAPSA)- Kids' likes and dis- 
likes change as they grow. 
Favorite colors, toys, hobbies, 
sports and what they want in 
their rooms can change from 
year to year. The traditional 
"out-with-the-old" spring clean- 
ing-getting rid of unwanted 
clothes, shoes and toys-takes 
place in the early months each 
year. Redecorating and helping 
kids create a special place of 
their own can take place year- 
round. 

A room redecoration project 
can be a fun family activity, pro- 
vidingparents and children ". 
with quality time and lasting 
memories. To make the most of 
all room decor projects, skilled 
carpenter and homebuilder 
Paige Hemmis, from ABC's 
"Extreme Makeover: Home 
Edition," Offers tips to help par- 
ents successfully redecorate on 
every size.and budget: 

• Ask for Decorating 
Suggestions from the Child-A 
great way to make a child's room 
a special place for him or her is 
to choose colors, furniture and 
decor items that he or she likes. 

, For inspiration, kids can visit 
www.pollypocket.com to play a 
fun game that allows them to 
help decorate Polly's "Beautiful 
Bedroom" online by choosing 
fun colors, furniture arid acces- 
sories. . .-' 

• Follow the Child's Lead- 
Support his or her ideas, even if 
they don't necessarily work out. 
This is a chance for kids to be 
creative and express their 
thoughts. 

• Go Shopping Together- . 
Visit hardware and fabric stores 
with the child and let him or 
her help pick out unique paint 
colors and fabrics for his or her 



room. 



Dare to Mix More Costly 



Items with Budget-Friendly 
Finds-Adding inexpensive, 
plain wood or plastic shelving to 
a child's room allows him or her 
to decorate each shelf in a way 
that best suits his or her person- 
ality and won't break the bank. 

• Choose Accessory Pieces 
that Reflect the Child's 
Interest-Room decor items that 
highlight his or her favorite 
dolls and toys, such as the Polly 
Pocket(tm) Bubble-Tastic(tm) 
Lamp that glows in four differ- : 
ent colors and the Fountain • 
Falls(tm) Playset that doubles as 
a cool water fountain for kids' 
rooms, are terrific room accom- 
paniments. Decorative pillows 
in their favorite colors and 
shapes are also fun accessories. 

• Personalize the Space-Give 
children the feeling of owner-, 
ship in their rooms by adding 
personalized items and creating 
special spaces for them to cus- 
tomize. The Polly Pocket(tm) 
Stylin' Sticker Maker(tm) 
Playset lets children create their 
own stickers with ease, allowing 
them to decorate picture frames, 
journals or just about anything. 
In addition, the Polly. 
Pocket(tm) Twirl arid Swirl(tm) 
Jewelry Case opens to reveal 
three levels of storage for small 
dolls/accessories and personal 
items; it also comes with fun 
stickers for decorating. 

• Enjoy Spending Quality 
Time Together- Make sure to 
.stop arid enjoy time weUspent 
while collaborating on the deco- 
ration project. . 

Room decoration projects are 
great ways for parents to learn 
more about-and embracc-their 
child's ever-changing likes and 
dislikes. By using Paige Hemmis' j 
tips, parents can tailor room 
decor projects to fit their child's 
wants and their budget's needs. 



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Good timing 

opens door to 

new homes 

(NAPSA)-Whilc uWlagc' 
that real estate is nil about loca- 
tion, location, location may still 
hold true, timing can be just as 
critical. In today's fast-paced . 
world, technology makes; it pos- 
sible to do things quicker than 
ever before-and. finding the 
right home is no exception. 

Today, the majority of buyers 
are beginning their home search 
on the Internet. Browsing listings 
online provides access to photo 
galleries, virtual tours, floor plans 
and detailed lists of amenities 
, dint help buyers learn more about 
a home dian previously possible; 
This added knowledge often 
speeds up the decision-making 
process. In fact, it's not uncom- 
mon for. people to buy a home 
after simply viewing the house 
online or seeing it once in person. 

To avoid missing out on the 
home of your dreams in a com- 
petitive market, it is important 
to act fast. Unfortunately, 
Internet inquiries are often not 
responded to promptly, if at all. 
i However, companies such as 
ERA Real Estate (www.era.com) 
may help change that. The firm 
uses cutting j cdge technology 
called DirectAccess Powered by 
ERA LcadRouter to quickly con- 
nect buyers and Realtors, The 
tool converts inquiries from buy- 
ers viewing the company's prop- 
erties online into voice calls that 
go directly to a sales associate's 
cell phone. This ensures that 
' buyers can make an appointment 
toscc the properties they are in- 
terested in as quickly as possible. 

The technology helps home 
sellers as well, by reducing the 
- chance of losing an interested 1 ■ 
buyer due to a lack of timely fol- 
low-up by their sales associate. 

Once a sales associate contacts 
you, timing continues to be im- 
portant. Make sure you are . .-„ 
working with a real estate pro- 
fessional who responds quickly 
to your questions and needs : 
throughout the buying process. 

V(}v more helpful tips on buy- 
ing and selling a home, visit 
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Fabulous 5 bedroom home in Gumcc's Hunt Club 
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commercial-quality appliances. Vaulted indoor pool 
wing! 4 car garage. 1st fir. master suite. Rich cherry 
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Proposed home in new area of Gurncc's Oak 
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study w/rich built-ins and custom framed ceiling. 4 
car garage! $760,000. 

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Top-quality home in Lindcnhurst's beautiful 
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fumily room w/floor-to-cciling brick fireplace. ■ 
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Gorgeous 5 bdmi on 5.72 acres in Hunt Club 
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fireplace & built-in entertainment center. Maple- 
kitchen w/granitc tops & new appliances. 
Extensively renovated. Glass solarian. Screen 
porch. 3 car garage. $938,000, 

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LIBERTYVILLE 



NEW 4 bedroom, 2-1/2 bath home w/3 car garage. 
Hardwood floors all main rooms on 1st floor. Tons 
of detailing including trim, moldings, ceilings. 
Cherry kitchen w/granilc (ops. Family room has 
plasma heater equipment ! $8 1 9,900 

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Renovated Gruyslakc 1920 estate home in Arbor 
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slone fireplace. Newly remodeled kitchen! 
Finished lower level iidds family room with fire- 
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Lake Villa & can be subdivided! New doors'' & 
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4 bedroom home in Lake Villa's Dccrpalh! 2-story 

living nn, foyer &. dining room! 9' ceilings on 1st 

floor. 3 car garage. Vaulted bedrooms, Cherry 

kitchen w/ccramic floor. Family rm w/fireplacc & 

wetbar. Huge master w/sitting urea & whirlpool 

bath. Priced to seltl $4 19,900 

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(MS) — When you hear the 
• word pollution usually the first 
p icture tli at comes to mi nd are 
large clouds of smoke billowing 
from factory smoke stacks or a line 
of countless vehicles spewing ex- 
haust fames. In feet, the majority 
of people still blame poor indoor . 
air quality on outdoor air pollu- 
tion. But this is simply not true. • 
. Did you know that outdoor air 
pollution only counts for a frac- 
. tion of indoor air pollution? 
According to the 
Environmental Protection 
Agency (EPA) the Indoor Air 
Quality (I AQ) of the average 
home can be up to 100 times 
more polluted than outdoor air. 

Invisible pollutants produced 
by common household sub- 
stances, plus dust and excess hu- 
midity that get trapped in 
today's houses, can increase your 
risk of chronic respiratory illness 
and your home's risk of serious 
structural damage.,. 

Today's awcll-insulated homes • 
often lack the ability to 
"breathe" freely. Trapped, stale 
air and excess humidity can lead 
to mold build-up, unpleasant 
odors, condensation on win- 
dows, and even structural dam- 
age to your home. 

Pervasive irritants such as dust, 
dust mites, cigarette. smoke and 
other pollutants commonly 
found in household air may in- 
crease the risk of chronic respi- 
ratory illness, allergies, sinusitis, 
frequent headaches, coughing 
and asthma. _ , 

Recommended solutions to 
improve IAQ 

According to the American 
tung Association the most ef- 
fective ways to control humidity 
and remove excess moisture and . 
pollutionlevels from your home, 
apart from source control, are- 
ventilation and.filtration of cir- 
culating air. ' 

More information on the bene- 
fits of ventilation is available at 
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golfers. You sing better when you sing with a choir. And 
you can sell more real estate when you're surrounded by 
great REALTORS 1 '. Imagine how much your production can 
grow when you raise the bar by promoting yourself from 
"agent" to "EXECUTIVE" 

Put this advantage to work for you. Call 815,788.9000 or 
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Promote Yourself from 

Agent to Executive with 

Realty Executives Cornerstone 

Really Executives is die nation's first 100-pcnccrit commission 
company and one of the fastest growing real estate 
franchises in North America. New offices are now open 
in Crystal Lake and the new Real Estate Resource 
Center will be opening in early 2008 at The Esplanade 
just west of Algonquin Commons. "We are extremely 
excited about our new, state-of-the-art Real Estate 
Center," said Victoria Slithers; Manager of Realty 
Executives Cornerstone. These^officcs will feature high- 
tech tools including wi-fi, teleconferencing, wcbinars 
and intranet. There will also be an on-localion school 
with educators that are industry pros. These are all in 
addition to our support systems already in place 
including free websites and a culling 'edge marketing 
system - all benefiting you and your clients. 

"We're taking more than just a step-up in support for 
our Executives - we're entering a new level of service 
and technology that is offered to them. Excellence is 
what we're after and will continue achieving," Victoria 
said. "The broker and staff at Really Executives 
Cornerstone is genuinely invested in your personal 
success"," said Executive John Reilly. "They care about 
your success and are available for any type orsupport. 
that you may need," Executive Mary Reilly said. 

"I just recently moved back to Illinois from Florida. I 
was looking for a Real Estate office in the area that was 
a step above Jhe rest - an office with something different 
than all of the others. Our new Algonquin location will 
be a • prime location on Randall Rcl. It will be an 
Executive Real Estate ' Center - nol just another real 
estate office," said Sue Gardner, our Executive. 

Besides the new center, Really Executives Cornerstone 
offers persona! and professional development strategies 
for each of our Executives. "What we value at 
Cornerstone is people and our relationship to them," 
said Rick O'Connor, Broker/Owner of Cornerstone. 
Business Development Meetings are offered to ensure 
ongoing strengthening of our Executives' careers. 
Training is provided by Executives who are doing 
between 30 and 100 transactions per year. 

If you have an entrepreneurial spirit, an understanding 
of the real estate business and are passionate about it; 
call today for more information on how you can promote 
yourself from agent to , Executive. Contact- Victoria 
Slithers', Office Manager at 815-788-9000. Or call 
1-800-4 .18-1 737 and Enter Code: 732 for more 
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Ingersoll Machine Tools, Inc., in Rockford, Illinois,, a world leader in the design and fabrication of custom milling, 
drilling and equipment in many industries is seeking qualified candidates for multiple positions. 



BUYER - Experience in sourcing, negotiating and purchasing of components 
including medium to large custom- weldments, custom manufactured 
machine and electrical components, A Bachelor's degree preferred with 5 -7 
years of experience required in a made to order manufacturing environment. 

CNC MACHINISTS AND PROGRAMMERS - We are looking for 
Machinists at all different levels from the basic understanding and operation 
to the most skilled machinist. AH positions require an understanding of 
machining principles, the operation of CNC machines, and the ability to 
perform own set-up. Strong knowledge and experience with blueprint reading 
a must. These posiliojis will work a 12 hour shift on a 3-2-2 work schedule 
offering extended consecutive days off. '„ 

PRODUCTION PLANNER/LOGISTICS -The ideal candidates will be' 
responsible for planning, managing, and coordinating the continuous flow 
of parts and materials in support of a.lean manufacturing environment to 
.insure on-time performance. Three to five years of demonstrated logistical 
and production planning experience required. 



ENGINEERS - Ingersoll offers a wide variety of Engineering opportunities' 
ranging from Control Systems, Applications, Electrical {hardware and software) 
and Mechanical Design engineers. Experience with CAD and Seimens background 
and a thorough knowledge of custom built machine manufacturing and 
processes are required. 

C++ PROGRAMMERS - Must be skilled and have proven experience in 
C++, Object Oriented programming, and API. Must also possess strong 
problem solving aptitude; and able to work on several projects at the same 
time. Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or Mathematics required. 

Ingersoll offers a. competitive salary, paid holiday, vacation, 
sick/personal time, and a comprehensive benefits ^package. 

To be considered for employment, 
please either fax. or email your resume to 

(815) 987-6803 orhr@ingersoll.com 




INGERSOLL MACHINE TOOLS. INC; Suppluina our 
Customers with special machine tools and services • 

Ingersoll is a world-renowned manufacturer of machine tools and, 
specialty machines for- customers in Defense, Aircraft, Aerospace,-' 
Energy, Railway, Automotive; General Machining, Earth Moving, 
Iron arid Steel, Oil, Marine, Chemical, Nuclear. 

IngersolUs dedicated to designing, building and servicing advanced 
manufacturing systems. We've been doing it for more than a 
century. Ingersoll is ever continually improving machines and 
processes enabling our customers to increase quality and productivity."' 
Our enthusiastic team, helps customers maintain their competitive 
lead. Production rich in technology drive to reach the maximum 
level of efficiency and the highest manufacturing quality. _ 



Automated Fiber Placement (AFPM) 

For complex, conloured shapes over large -curvilinear surfaces using epoxy 
impregnated composite fiber material. The flexibility of IngersolPs fiber placement 
process provides accuracy and performance for applications including fuselage 
panels, engine cowlings, payload fairings, payload adapters, inlet shrouds and 
landing gear pad fairings. The AFPM features seven primary axes arid a fiber delivery 
system with capacity up to 32 individually directed fiber "tows". TOW sizes range 
from 1/8" to 1/2". The application is extended to large surface moulds as well as 
windmill blades and wing skins on commercial aircrafts. 

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Our best design for modem applications of High-Speed machining on Titanium 
and Aluminum alloys. Machine designed by Finite Element Analysis to assure 
high rigidity, high dynamic performances, high metal removal rate, self supporting 
structure, full enclosure for chip containment and coolant system, when applied, 
high-volume integral chip, evacuation, and wide selection of spindles, up to 101 
Kw and up to 32,000 rpm. 

Cubermill 

Our' new high-speed high power Cybermill 5 Axis Gantry Milling. Machine is : 
responsible for machining the largest composite lay-up tool in the world. 

Ingersoll VLR-VHR 

Vertical low rail (VRL) and high rail (VHR) gantry machines were developed to 
. perform a full range of cutting functions on five sides of a work piece/in a single 
set-up, in a wide variety of materials from steek to aluminum, titanium to 
advanced composites. This is possible by using any.of a broad choice of automatically 
changed spindle units, including 2 axis Milling heads, Universal Heads, Right 
Angle Heads, Extended Vertical Heads, U-Axis Facing Heads. 

At Ingersoll we value our customers, innovation, integrity,, 
intellectual capital, and our employees!!! Consider bringing your 
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Expect opportunity. Expect a fun work environment. And expect so much more. Join the group at 
Peapod, one of America's leading Internet grocers. We're an innovative company, committed to serving 
and delighting our customers every single day.And it's people like you who will maintain our success. 
Opportunities are currently available at our Lake Zurich, IL Distribution Center. 



DRIVERS 

st shift (6am-130pm. approx) "' 
• Base BayJ$l l/hr '+ 

Earning potential of $15-$ 1 6/h r 
."when you include tips! 

2nd shift - , 
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BasePay$l2/hr + tIps: 
Earning potential of $16-$ J7/hr 
when you include tips. Deliver 
grocery orders ^customers' by ~ 
driving our. delivery trucks. • 
Must be at least 21 years old.. 
No special license required. 



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3rd shift (9pm-6am approx) 
Weekend availability Is required! 

' Earnuptb$IO.I0/hr. 

. Pick and pack grocery orders-. 

for customers. Must be able 

to lift 50 lbs and stand 

for at least 8 hours. 

' Must be able to.workV 

In a fast-paced environment, 

and have strong attention to detail. 



CUSTOMER SERVICE 

REPRESENTATIVES 

. " full & Part-time . 
1st & 2nd shifts 
; Must work either a Saturday 
OR 
Sunday every week. 
, ' " Earn $ 12-$ 1 4/hr based on 
.'"• prior Call Center experience. 
■ Answer^ Inbound telephone calls 
from customers and handle ' 
customer inquiries and ■ 
issues about our. service. 
1-2 yrs Call Center exp required.' 



We provide excellent full-time benefits Including health, dental, vision, life insurance,40IKwith match, 
holidays, vacation, sick days, employee stock purchase plan, flexible spending account, direct deposit, 
credit union and short/long term disability. . 

Apply in person at: 

Peapod's Distribution Center 

Mon-Fri,from 9am-5pm 

1 325 Ensell Road, Lake Zurich, IL 60047 

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Business^ Information: 
Origins 

Brothers Andrew and Thomas Parkinson founded 
Peapod in 1989 in Evanston, IL. The Parkinson 
'brothers 1 goal was to offer a convenient way for 
consumers to accomplish their grocery shopping. 

The Early Days 

Peapod first began picking orders right from the 
shelves of the local supermarkets. In Chicago, 
they partnered with Jewel Food Stores, in San 
Francisco with Safeway, in Ohio with Kroger 
and in Texas with Randall's. In these early days, 
Peapod partnered with the grocery stores just to 
fill the orders, but it soon became evident 
co-branding with the store was the route to 
survival. Peapod was by far ahead of the curve, 
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In 2000, Peapod entered into a partnership 
with Netherlands-based international food 
provider Royal Ahold; in mid-2001,. Royal 
Ahold purchased the remaining outstanding 
shares of Peapod, positioning the e-retailer.to 
emerge as the leader in the online grocery industry. 

Peapod's Service Model 

Peapod has one model (centralized distribution) 
with two formats (wareroom/fast-pick center 
and warehouse), Both provide next-day delivery, 
capitalizing on a supply chain that keeps the 
cold chain intact. This allows us to use the assets 
of the store as we open markets, and then transition 
to warehouses as our business grows; leveraging 
the power of Ahold stores helps us to maximize 
quality, minimize out-of-stocks, control inventory 
and provide superior service. 

Customer Service 

Peapod prides itself on exceeding customer's 
expectations and providing friendly and superior 
service for each and every customer. The company 
stands ; by its " 100% Satisfaction Guarantee - 
meaning that if something about the shopping 
experience or orderJs not to a customer's liking, 
Peapod will make it right. 

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Join the Pod! At Peapod, we're in search of true 
Podsters. Professionals who are full of enthusiasm, 
eager to amaze and delight our customers, every 
single day. Go-getters who are Willing to do 
whatever it takes to get the job done. As a part 
of Peapod, one of America's leading Internet 
grocers, you'll receive . the opportunity, to 
enhance your career._And to join a team of 
passionate, hard-working individuals who are as 
dedicated as you. We're currently seeking 
Drivers, Warehouse Product Selectors and 
Customer Service Representatives. 

Benefits 

We provide excellent full-time benefits including 
health, dental, vision, life insurance, 401 K with 
match, holidays, vacation, sick days, employee 
stock purchase plan,- flexible spending account, 
direct deposit, credit union and short/long term 
disability. 

Find out more at: 
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Follett Corporation had its^hiimble beginnings lh/1873 as a small bookstore in Wheaton, IL, 
'serylh^ units comprised of 10,000 talented and 

,: dedicated!assp of students by providing a wide range of 

• educatibnai. tools and servicesthat fuel the learning process ^ a imagination. 

^TW.6\6JF^byr'featuried. business units-aret; 

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{Biased in McHepry! County since 1976, Follett Library Resources serves tens of thousands of 
:K42 librarians by supplying books,,, ebooks,, and audiovisual materials to Inspire lifelong 
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Book Wholesalers, Inc. (BWI) 

Book-AVliolesalers, Inc., has' recently, relocatedfrorn Lexington, KY, to share facilities with 
^Fqlle^LLiBrary Resources' lri;McHenry..BWI is a key supplier of shelf-ready materials 
; to public libraries across the 1 nation/ We help public libraries achieve their collection 

development goals and fuel the imagination. of, their patrons 1 ranging from toddlers to adults! 

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Come Join Our team 

Follett's transitioning of Book Wholesalers, Inc., into the Follett Library Resources facility in McHenry 
has created new opportunities with one of the jargest employers in McHenry County! Asfaresul^pf 
this transition^ Follett Library Resources, and Book Wholesalers, Inc; are hiring associates 'to help pun 
•growing business! Constant innovation, living our company values, and exceeding ouricustorners' 
expectations have driven our success. Our recent growth has created the following.opportunities; 

Warehouse - 2nd Shift 

4:30p.m. -.1:00. a.m., M-F 

Receivers, Stackers, and Sortation Clerks 

Clerical Administrative 

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Customer Service Representative '■ - - 

(2 - 3 years customer service related experience) 

Inside Sales 

(3 -5 years related experience) 

Cataloging Paraprofessional 

(1 - 3 years related experience and J^year degree or equivalent 
broad based training/experience LTA preferred.) 

Professional 

Curriculum. Bibliographer 

(fALS degree required. Collection development experience preferred.) 

Web Developer 

Proficient in high level object oriented language (e.g.' C++, Java, Python; Ruby) 
and/or one",qf the] major open, source languages ;<e;g. Perl; :RHp,:\Pythop.,j.Ruby')-..vJ'vj_.- 

AdvertislngYCopywriter b : ■ 'V^v"-* ;. 

(1- 3 years experience and a 4-year degreein Advertising, !Journalisrn or 'English 'preferred 

Cataloger 

(MLS degree required and 3- 5 years related experience.) - 

Annotation Writer 

(1-3 years related experience and a 4-year.degree or 

equivalent broad based training/experience.) 



For more details on these positions please visit 
www.foliett.com & dick Mob Opportunities.* 

We offer an excellent compensation and benefits 
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to fill out an application M-F between 
7:30 a.nm-5:00 p.m. 

Follett Library Resources 

Attn: Human Resources (NWH) 

1340 Ridgevkw Dr. 

McHenry, Illinois 60050 

EmaH: hr«flr.follett.com 

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second chance to make a first impression." 
For job seekers, truer words were never 
spoke. Particularly today, when job open- 
ings attract applicants like honey does 
bees, setting yourself apart from the le- 
gions of others applying for the same posi- 
tion can prove quite difficult. 

A greater number of graduates paired 
with an oversaturated market of individu- 
als looking for new work has only In- . 
creased the competition. More than ever 
before, job seekers are fighting an uphill 
battle to get themselves noticed, a battle 
that seemingly grows more demanding 
with each passing day. 

Such a reality only heightens the Impor- 
tance of making a strong first impression, 
one that will make you stick out in the in- 
terviewer's mind, hopefully earning you a 
second interview along the way. While 
nearly everyone Is aware that appearance 
and education go a long way toward mak- 
ing a positive impression, there are several 
other areas job seekers can address to 
make themselves stand out from the rest. 

• Preparation. 

In addition to knowing all about yourself, 
you should know about the job you're ap- 
plying for as well. Candidates who enter 
interviews with little or no knowledge of 



the open position rarefy, if ever, get a sec- 
. ond Interview, much less a job offer. 
Research the position as well as the com- 
pany. Don't be afraid to write down ques- 
tions that might arise during that research 
and refer to them throughout the inter- 
view. Doing so will show the Interviewer 
you're genuinely Interested in the position 
and the company, setting you apart from 
applicants just looking for a job. Include In 
your research any recent company devel- 
opments that perhaps made headlines in- 
the news. 

- Expect the unexpected. . 

A side effect of the boom in job seekers 
is that recruiters are expanding their hori- 
zons to better'whittle the applicant pool. 
While in the past interviews were more 
predictable with respect to questions 
asked, the wide and largely qualified appli- 
cant pool many job openings create has 
forced recruiters to ask less predictable 
questions to help them choose between 
otherwise equally qualified candidates. 
Therefore, preparing for such questions 
can be a great way to set yourself apart. 

In addition to the more traditional in- 
quiries, topics such as conflict resolution, 
problem solving and how well you work 
with others are now subjects many re- 
cruiters prefer to broach. The more spe- 



cific your answers, the more likely you are 
to stick out In the Interviewer's mind. A 
popufar trend among many interviewers is 
presenting hypothetical situations and 
asking applicants how they might deal 
with such situations. Think about the job 
before your interview and what situations 
might arise that the Interviewer could 
present hypothetical^. Strong responses 
to such questions will certainly make you 
standout. 

• Be mindful of mannerisms. 

Though most job seekers are smart 
enough to look the part with a nice suit 
and haircut, many don't realize their behav- 
ior during the actual Interview. Regardless 
of how nice your suit Is or how good your 
hair looks, fidgeting, failing to make eye 
contact and even taking too many notes 
while the interviewer is speaking can dis- 
tract the inter-viewer from you and what 
you have to say. Even if your insides are 
racing, appear as calm and collected as 
possible on the outside. 

if offered a glass of water, take it. You'll 
want to speak as clearly as possible any- 
. way, When responding to questions, be 
mindful of how long you've been speaking. 
While you'll want to avoid "yes" or "no" an- 
swers, ramblingjon will only make you ap- 
pear nervous and ill-prepared. 




MicroPrecision, an established precisiohed machined parts manufacturer located in Deiavan, Wl' seeks 
individuals, to fili the following open positions. We are a growing company and Quality is our number one 
priority. If you are interested in a fast paced environment and would enjoy working in a job shop setting, 
we would like to speak with you immediately. We offer a competitive wage and benefits package for ail 
positions along with paid vacations, holidays, medical, dental; life and a 100% sponsored 401(k)'plan. 



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We seek a high energy, professional hands on Maintenance Manager to manage the machine maintenance 
for our 100+ precision machine operation (including 2 buildings, and grounds) You must have a 
proven record of superior skill level and abilities supervising a staff responsible for maintaining 
CNC/conventional. high precision machining applications. In addition we are looking for 10+ years 
experience repairing and maintaining CNC lathe/milling arid screw machines with strong troubleshooting 
techniques along with an expert background in hydraulics, pneumatics and electrical required. • 

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ActiviHes.will include: resolving machine repair issues, repairing inoperative machines, providing 
general building maintenance in our climate controlled facility (HVAC, Electrical, etc), managing 
preventative maintenance program, driving the maintenance team to eliminate recurring machine 
repair issues, supporting production floor requirements (machine moves," critical repairs) and 
ensuring the Maintenance Department adheres to ISO Procedures. 

MicroPrecision offers a complete benefit package including health, dental, life and generous 401 K 
benefits to all employees. In addition, we offer paid holidays, vacations; tuition reimbursement and 
a tool purchase, program. 

If you feel you would like to work in our fast paced environment, we would like to speak with you 
immediately. Please apply to address listed below. 



We are currently seeking applicants for openings on 2nd and 3rd shift. We are 
looking for individuals with previous CNC experience. A .minimum of 3-5 
years is desired and employees must.have their own tools. The ideal candidates 
will be familiar with both CNC Machining Centers and CNC Lathes with automatic 
bar feeds and Fanuc/Haas Controls. The equipment we enjoy here include the 
following: Haas, Miyano, Hardinge, Okuma, Daewoo, Puma and'Tsugami 
Machines.* We have 2 openingson 2nd shift with work hours from 2:00 pm 
until 10:00 pm daily. We have 1 opening on 3rd shift with work hours from 
10:00 pm until 6:00 am daily (Sunday night thru Friday morning). Overtime work 
is likely and could be deemed mandatory at times. This will include Saturday for 
2nd Shift and Friday night for 3rd shift. If you feel you-have what it takes to work 
in our very busy environment and would like, a challenge, please apply in 
person immediately or send resume to: ' ■ x . . 



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Discover That Dream Job 

Now just may be the time to find a job that works for you 



Whether you're unemployed or 
working but entertaining thoughts of 
moving on, finding a new job is an in- 
volved process that takes lots of 
commitment and hard work. Sifting 
through job openings can be akin to 
finding a needle in a haystack. 

Searching through that proverbial 
haystack, however, is even more diffi- 
cult when you're forced to compete 
against hundreds of others doing ex- 
act ly the same. But finding a job, and 
doing so quickly, doesn't need to be 
so difficult. The following tips should 
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Recognizing you're not the only one 
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need an edge. Where most job seek- 
ers find the most success is through 
word*of-mouth. Family, friends, for- , 
mer co-workers or anyone else you 
have regular contact with outside of ' 
your current office can all be great , 
sources of information when looking 
for a job. 



- Get organized. 

Keep track of your job- searching 
efforts. Finding a job can be a drawn 
out process, as recruiters typically 
must sift through large applicant 
pools before setting up any inter- 
views. "Keep a separate file on ail 
jobs you've applied to, complete 
with a job description and copy of ■, 
the cover tetter and resume you sent 
to that particular job. Keep these 
files easily accessible and organized, 
as you never know when you might 
be contacted by a prospective em- 
ployer. 

-Know what you 
have to offer. 

.. Examine your strengths and work 
on communicating those strengths. 
Effectively explaining what you do 
best is your best chance of landing 
that dream job, so practice illustrat- 
ing how your skills apply to each po- 
sition you're seeking and how those 
skills can benefit the company. 

' Customize your letters 
and resumes. 

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two sets of cover letters and re- 
sumes should be the same, either. 
Tailor each letter and resume to 
the specific job you're applying to. 
In particular, cover letters should 
emphasize specific skills that 
might apply to each job. Save all. 
cover letters and resumes under. : 
different filenames as well/ as 
you'll want extra copies of each 
should you be granted an Inter- 
view. 

•Stay motivated.-. 

Particularly if you're unemployed 
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get back.into your field, the process 
of looking for a job can be defeat-, 
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the process do exist, but more 
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process that everyone goes 
.through, not just you. Keep working 
hard and you'll find that, in due 
time, opportunity will come knock- 
ing. Following all of these tips will 
make sure that once that knock 
does come, you'll be prepared to ' 
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As ttie largest employer In McHertry County, Centegm Health System employs a wide 
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. achievement level ot medical professionals. 

MWiaet S, Eesley, president and* CEO of Centegra Health System, explains, "Our 
Mission, Vision and Values work together to slgniffcanjiy build en environment 
appealing to staff at every level' and thus produce the highest quality of service to 
;. our patients and their families. 

Every effort, from planning new facilities to opening expanded services or 
staffing a new program, must always consider the manpower to make that 
program work. It Is Centegra's goaf to attract and retain the most talented and 
values-oriented associates to serve our patients and visitors, 

Naturally, to attract and retain the best, you have to offer something special, and we do. People go Into healthcare', 
because It has great meaning, exciting challenges and a need tor up-to-the-minute education. Our exceptional benefits 

packafla also adds to the appeal of working ai CenteBra." > 

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■•Competitive Salaries 

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• Short-Term and Long-Term' Disability 

• Life Insurance 

• Employee Assistance Program , 

• Free/Discounted Annual Health Risk Assessment 

• Flexible Work Schedules 
>Work-Ufe Balance 

• 40,1 (k) Plan 



• Financial Planning Assistance 

• US Savings Bonds 

• Tuition Reimbursement Paid Upfront 

• Childcare Center Discount 

• Adoption Assistance _ .^ 

• Flexible. Spending Accounts 

• Accrued Time Off; 

• Hospital Discount V 

• Cafeteria and Gift Shop Discounts 



• Errand Solutions Associate Assistance Service 

• Associate Recognition Programs 

• Continuous Learning Opportunities 

• Opportunities for Growth and Advancement 

• Clean and Beautiful Facilities In Which to Work 

• Open and Positive Workplace Culture 

• Enrollment Fee Waived at Centegra Health Bridge 
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. . .and the kind of people who work here. 



Patients, visitors and go- workers nominate Centegra Associates who embody the values of Centegra Health System, and demonstrate outstanding service. They are called Shining Stars and are recognized on a quarterly basis. 
Here are some recent winners: 

Matt Weber, Guest Services 

Patients and visitors call him "An utter and true credit to his department," and "attentive and watchful." He is consistently called an asset and a treasure at (he hospital's front door. 




Mohinda Chada, MD 

Centegra Horizons Behavioral HealHi ' . 

A distraught, mother seeks help for an out-of-control child, arid Or, Chada drives the prescriptions necessary to provide assistance and calm the patient The doctors counsel and delivery of the medicine make all the difference. 

EdSchuta,RNICU - 

Ed sees an elderly ICU patient Is not going to survive and that his spouse Is stranded at home tea snowstorm. Ed makes sure she gets to the hospital to see him and gets home safety. He recalls one of his own family members 

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Cindy Gehnlnaro, RN, and Glna Stilling, RN 

Celebrating with co-workers at a local restaurant, the two nurses step to the ladles' mom to find a woman collapsed on the floor. They call 911 and begin CPR, continuing until the ambulance .arrives. They saved her life and are 
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gourmet menu for the patient, her husband and children, and decorate the room to resemble an elegant restaurant The family Is overcome with such kindness and sensitivity, It will become an unforgettable memory for them. 



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